Date: 14th June 2021 at 12:15pm
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Newcastle United fans on Twitter have been responding to the to emerge concerning Toon attacker Yoshinori Muto. 

This comes after Newcastle journalist shared a post on his official Twitter account that contained an article from The Chronicle.

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The article revealed that Muto, who is reportedly earning £54k-per-week at the Tyneside club, is set to return to the club this summer after his deal with Spanish club ends later this month.

The article also added that Newcastle are “yet to find any takers” for Muto this summer.

This post then gathered a lot of replies from Toon supporters who were not shy in sharing their thoughts on the player.

So, what did these have to say in response to Ryder’s latest post about Muto?

“Terrible signing.”

@Marky_Marc77

“54k a week. Absurd.”

@DanGreen1984

“He is absolutely woeful. Nobody will pay a fee for him. He was substituted after only 30mins in his last appearance for Eibar. A potent x1 goal per season . May as well offer him a free transfer. An embarrassing signing by the club”

@Kevin_Nichol

Why? He wasn’t felt to be good enough in the last couple of years, and I don’t recall him setting the world alight in any of his loan moves #nufc

@singram999

“My god is he still here?! What a shambles.”

“Who gave him that wage!”

@wt2244

Looking at the replies to this post, it seems that these Newcastle fans are not huge admirers of the £54k-per-week star and don’t see a future for him at St. James’ Park.

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Given how the 28-year-old, who is currently valued at £2.25 million, only managed to score one goal in his 26 La Liga appearances for Eibar this past season, it’s clear to see why these Newcastle fans aren’t particularly welcoming of his imminent return and why the club reportedly haven’t found any takers for him yet.

In our view, unless Newcastle can somehow offload Muto this summer, then it would be hard to see him having any sort of significant impact on the team in a goalscoring sense based on his recent record.

Also, with Newcastle currently having Callum Wilson, Joelinton, Dwight Gayle and Andy Carroll in their squad that play in the centre-forward position, it would seem unlikely, in our view, for Muto to get any game time if the club are unable to move others elsewhere.

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