Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff don’t have a release clause in his contract with the Magpies amidst the serious interest from fellow Premier League club Newcastle United.
This is according to the publication from the stables of Chronicle Live which revealed that the Manchester United target don’t have a release clause that the Red Devils can activate to sign him.
Sean Longstaff has been targeted by Manchester United for a move to the club this summer after his impressive outing for the Magpies last season.
Newcastle United have already lost the services of topscorer from last season Ayoze Perez to fellow Premier League club Leicester City this summer after the Foxes triggered the £30m release clause in his contract and recent reports claimed that Sean Longstaff might have a release clause in his contract just like what was obtainable with Spanish attacker Ayoze Perez.
Sean Longstaff had successful loan spells at both English League One club Blackpool and Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock in the last two seasons before returning to St. James’ Park ahead of the last campaign.
He broke into the first team at Newcastle United towards the winter part of the season and went on to make nine league appearances for the Magpies before the injury he had in the second half of the season.