Joe Willock hopes to make the “right decision” this summer, but Newcastle United will always have a “special place” in the hearts of the loaned Arsenal player, wherever he goes next season.
Willock made a remarkable impact on his St James’ Park loan and became the first player since Alan Shearer to score in seven consecutive Premier League games for the club.
Mikel Arteta expects Willock to return to the Emirates, but Steve Bruce has vowed to test the Gunners’ resolve in the weeks to come.
Although Willock stopped before making any promises, when it comes to extending his time at Tyneside, the 21-year-old previously hinted that “let’s hope there is more to go on in the future “.
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Willock is currently enjoying an end-of-season break in Spain, but the 21-year-old will ultimately discuss his next step with his father, Charles, who is also his representative.
“I’m going to sit down with my team and think about what’s best for me next season,” he told NUFC TV.
“I’m going on vacation now and I hope we can make the right decision.
“Newcastle will always have a special place in my heart. Wherever I go this club will always have a special place in my heart so I just want to say thank you to all the fans who have helped me so much and made me feel so welcome and opened their arms to me.
“I wish I could give them a hug, but I can’t. I hope you are happy with what I have done for the club so far.”
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