PIF might have simply inadvertently hampered Newcastle’s probabilities of survival – Our View

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Newcastle United have signed Chris Wood, and, on the floor, this seems like fairly a intelligent signing.

The New Zealander has been scoring targets at Premier League degree for plenty of years, whereas signing your largest relegation rivals’ star striker would seemingly be a intelligent option to weaken a competitor.

Or is it?

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David Seaman thinks that Sean Dyche might be fuming with this sale, however ought to he be?

Think about it, Wood is a 30-year-old striker who has scored simply three targets this season, and Burnley have simply acquired £25m for him – for every other membership in every other state of affairs, you’d name that a fantastic deal.

£25m is some huge cash, even in fashionable soccer, and it actually shouldn’t be that onerous for Burnley to discover a striker for that form of price who can rating extra targets than Wood.

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Just this summer season strikers equivalent to Odsonne Edouard, Emmanuel Dennis, Joshua King and Hwang Hee-Chan have arrived within the Premier League for lower than £25m – and each single a type of strikers have outscored Wood this time period.

There has been a lot speak about how dropping Wood will weaken Burnley, and if he’s not changed they’ll miss him, however with £25m within the financial institution, they shouldn’t discover it too troublesome to discover a centre-forward who can higher his output.

Yes, Wood has been a fantastic servant over time, however after scoring simply three targets in half a season, it’s not unreasonable to say there’s higher on the market for £25m.

PIF might have thought they have been being very intelligent by signing Wood and weakening a rival, but when Burnley can spend this windfall on a shiny new striker, this deal might find yourself inadvertently hampering Newcastle’s probabilities of staying within the Premier League.

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