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Chelsea loanee opens about future amid exit edging closer

Lewis Hall has become a key member in Newcastle United's lineup

Chelsea loanee Lewis Hall is set to embark on a new chapter with Newcastle United, an exciting prospect for both the player and his new club. This article delves into the details of this transition and what it means for all parties involved.

Hall joined Newcastle United on loan last summer in a season-long deal. However, the contract included a clause that would make the arrangement permanent if Eddie Howe’s side finished 14th or higher in the Premier League table and if Hall was named in 30 or more matchday squads. With both criteria now met, Newcastle are poised to secure Hall's services permanently in a deal worth £28 million.

This represents a significant financial boost for Chelsea as they navigate Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.

Hall can be core of Newcastle’s bright future

Despite coming through the ranks at Chelsea, 19-year-old Hall is ready to continue his senior career with Newcastle United. According to reports, he is not only accepting of this change but also eager and excited about seizing this opportunity.

Hall believes that Newcastle's ambitions align perfectly with his own. The Magpies' recent influx of Middle Eastern financing has them aiming high - they intend to disrupt football's established hierarchy and claim top spot themselves. In Hall’s view, they are certainly on track towards achieving their goal.

Newcastle United defender, Lewis Hall, said:

“The future looks really good for the club with so many young and talented players. It is going in the right direction.”

“I like to be versatile and play in other positions if required.”

Primarily operating as a left-back, one of Hall's key strengths lies in his versatility; he is willing to play wherever needed by his team. This adaptability coupled with an eagerness to make an impact should endear him greatly to Geordie fans while also serving him well going forward.

However, injuries have hampered his progress this season preventing him from having consistent run-ins within the first XI squad. With better opportunities ahead though, he could potentially make bigger waves within football circles.

Chelsea already have established names in Hall’s position

In Chelsea squad, with players like Ben Chilwell and Marc Cucurella already in the club, Hall’s chances of breaking into the first XI were slim. This situation mirrors Manchester City's predicament with Cole Palmer. Whether Hall will make a similar impact at Newcastle as Palmer did post his move remains to be seen.

Lewis Hall's future at Newcastle United looks promising. His versatility and ambition align well with the club's own aspirations, making this a potentially fruitful partnership for both parties involved. As sports fans and sports betting enthusiasts alike watch on eagerly, only time will tell how this exciting chapter unfolds.

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