Newcastle United midfielder Isaac Hayden has reiterated his desire to leave the club when the transfer window reopens in the summer.
The former Arsenal midfielder has tried to leave the club on two occasions but he believes the time is right for him to secure a move away from the club as he tries to move closer to his young family.
Isaac Hayden talked about his desire to leave the Magpies in an interview with the Chronicle Live as he said that the club already knows his decision.
The Arsenal Academy graduate had a premature baby with his partner and the little one needs all the care which explains why he wants to move nearer to home.
Hayden has been one of the standout performers for Newcastle United this season especially since the turn of the year.
He played a big role for the Magpies who were able to retain their Premier League status with four league games to go.
Isaac Hayden was an Arsenal player until 2016 when he joined Newcastle United.
He tried to leave the club for fellow Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion last season but the move didn’t materialize.
Isaac Hayden also attempted to join either West Brom or Aston Villa in the English Championship on loan in January but failed in the end.
The English midfielder has scored four goals in 83 league appearances since his move to Newcastle United in 2016.