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£18m-rated Newcastle ace confident Bruce decision will pay dividends to his performances

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Newcastle United midfielder Miguel Almiron has told the club’s official website that he is confident Steve Bruce’s decision to move him into the attack will pay dividends to his performances in Black and White.

But the Toon’s energetic star is not concerned about when his first goal will come, and is confident Bruce’s decision to move him into the attack will lead to a strong on-field relationship with Joelinton.



“I’ve never been a massive goalscorer, but I’m confident that the goal will come.



I feel good in myself, and the main thing is to help the team in every aspect.” In his Premier League appearances before suffering a season-ending hamstring injury last term, Almiron contributed 1.5 key passes per ninety minutes for Newcastle, along with 0.8 successful dribbles and 2.2 shots.

Almiron never played in an outright striking role under Rafa Benitez following his former club-record move from MLS franchise Atlanta United, where even in the States he predominately featured from the forefront of midfield.

Already in the one game played so far this season, he has improved his output of successful dribbles with two completed against the Gunners, in a match where he also laid on one key pass and won an aerial duel.

The main thing is that I’m performing well, and providing opportunities for other players, and I’m bringing things to the side other than just goals.
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