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Newcastle United: Ivan Toney regret over Rafael Benitez’s decision to sell has supporters responding in full debate

Newcastle United: Ivan Toney regret over Rafael Benitez’s decision to sell has supporters responding in full debate - Newcastle United

According to a report from The Sun earlier this month, Bournemouth are lining up a £13m bid for ex-Newcastle youngster Ivan Toney following his good run of form for Peterborough United in League One, with Twitter account NUFC 360 hinting it could’ve been the wrong decision to sell him. 

Toney, who has bagged a noteworthy 23 goals in 31 outings for Peterborough in England’s third tier (Transfermarkt), is now attracting Premier League interest as the youngster’s reputation continues to ascend. Former Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez previously made the decision to let Toney leave St James’ Park at the beginning of last season, selling him for a £648,000 fee.

Now, with the Cherries reportedly considering a £13m bid, a debate has cropped up on social media over whether it was the right decision to let him go. Current Magpies strikers Joelinton and Andy Carroll have mustered just one league goal between them this season (WhoScored), with many Newcastle fans seemingly desperate to bring in a prolific forward.

Were Newcastle too quick to sell Ivan Toney?

Yes

Yes

No

No

However, judging by these replies, Toney does not seem like the answer, especially when you consider all of his goals have come in the lower leagues. Here’s what they had to say on Twitter.

Was selling Ivan Toney the right decision? Join the debate by commenting below…


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