Diego Simeone reveals his stance on Kieran Trippier ahead of proposed move to Newcastle United as Toon and Everton target ‘say goodbye to teammates’

Here we bring together all the latest stories that have emerged around Newcastle United today:

Simeone on Trippier

Earlier today, news broke that Newcastle had submitted a “formal offer” to sign Atletico Madrid full-back Kieran Trippier.

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Talks are “ongoing” between the clubs and manager Diego Simeone has given his stance on Trippier’s potential departure from the defending La Liga champions.

Simeone is said to have said: “Trippier must now decide whether he wants to leave or not. We will come to his decision.”

Duo return to Newcastle

Newcastle United today confirmed that Matty Longstaff and Rodrigo Vilca are back at the club after loan spells at Aberdeen and Doncaster Rovers respectively.

Aaron Ramsey’s time at Juventus appears to be drawing to a close amid interest from Everton and Newcastle United (Photo by Marco Luzzani / Getty Images)

Hopes were high that Longstaff could use a loan to force himself back into the first team at St James’s Park, however, he only made five appearances for Aberdeen in a disappointing spell in Scotland.

Vilca, on the other hand, has had a bit more success in League One.

The Peruvian has made 13 appearances, scoring twice and even comparing himself to former Magpie Nobby Solano during his time at Keepmoat Stadium.

Speaking in September, Rovers boss Richie Wellens said: “I think you can see he’s quality. It’s just that last little detail.

“He receives the ball really well and reminds me of a player I played with from Peru called Nobby Solano.”

Ramsey’s farewell to Juventus

Aaron Ramsey is about to say his farewell to Juventus, according to reports in Italian media.

Speculation about Ramsey’s future in Turin has recently intensified, with Newcastle and Everton apparently interested in the Welshman’s return to the Premier League.

As picked up in the Star of the day, La Gazzetta dello Sport report that Ramsey will return to the club on Monday to say goodbye to his teammates ahead of a planned Juventus departure.

Ramsey’s salary is a stumbling block that could deter clubs from moving for him in January, with Juventus likely having to pay a percentage of his salary if the midfielder leaves on a loan deal.

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