Eddie Howe vows to challenge the Premier League’s potential ban on loaning players from associated clubs, such as those owned by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. The proposed rule, to be voted on November 21, could obstruct the club’s pursuit of players from the Saudi-owned clubs.
Newcastle United challenging new loan ban proposal
Howe, seeking a January replacement for the banned Sandro Tonali, is eyeing Al-Hilal’s Rúben Neves. Although specific details of Newcastle’s resistance plan are undisclosed, Howe affirmed their readiness to contest changes. Frustrated by VAR overshadowing their win against Arsenal, Howe emphasized the need for Newcastle to adapt and hinted at the impending restrictions’ ambiguous motives.