Newcastle strength is not deep enough to play 3 events.

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Newcastle boss Eddie Howe has warned the football club that. Their side do not have enough depth in their squad for three competitions.

Ahead of Saturday’s trip to Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup third round. Newcastle are third in the Premier League and face Leicester in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday.

Howe has received good news as £60m striker Alexander Isak returns to training UFABET. Since missing since October from a thigh injury

But with injuries to Matt Targett and Jonjo Shelvey, both of whom are out until February. This caused the club to be less concentrated in key areas.

Howe said financial regulations remained a key issue for spending in excess of £200m last year.

However, when asked if his squad was strong enough to play in all three tournaments. Howe replied: “We spent the previous two periods and the FFP (Financial Fair Play) impacted what we were able to do. Yes, FFP and our desire to improve the team are two different things.

“No injuries, yes (our team is strong enough. Injuries, maybe not. We have two injuries right now, Jonjo Shelvey and Matt Targett, which has had a big impact on us as the team doesn’t have a lot of depth in the squad. in terms of numbers”

“That’s why it’s interesting to talk about trading from our point of view. Because it’s about injuries. with complete group I think we are strong enough. and quality in every position But you lose a player. But all of a sudden it changes.

“The injury list will determine what we do in the transfer. We are eager to continue to develop. We need a special game.”