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Player’s desire might go along way in contract negotiations – opinion

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Matty Longstaff is allegedly ‘desperate’ to stay at Newcastle United next season – and if that’s true, then there should be no problems in getting this deal done.

If the player wants to be there, and the club wants to have him, then surely something must get agreed.

On the other hand, United should in no way take this for granted, as he is a top player with a very bright future.

This is even more problematic considering he is free to speak to foreign clubs to sort a pre-contract agreement, so if they don’t act soon, they could be left with egg on their face if a foreign club can convince him to play there.

It’s been a situation that’s needed sorting ever since he scored that goal at Old Trafford, but contract talks are still deadlocked, according to reports from the Chronicle.

He goes onto stay that Longstaff “desperately” wants to stay and that the club need to be careful with clubs from both Germany and Italy taking an interest.

In a Q&A with Mark Douglas, the editor stated that Longstaff’s representatives want a competitive base salary, however, the club seems to prefer a structured deal which will be more focussed on appearance-based incentives, as per his source.
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