SportThauvin claims his move to Newcastle was a 'bad decision'

00:05  09 november  2018
00:05  09 november  2018 Source:   readsport.co

West Ham interested in Thauvin

West Ham interested in Thauvin West Ham are interested in signing Marseille forward Florian Thauvin, according to reports in France. The 25-year old winger, who signed permanently from Newcastle in 2017, has been in electric form since rejoining OM, successfully rebuilding his reputation after a failed stint on Tyneside. The World Cup winning France international has scored 31 goals in 57 appearances since resigning for Les Phocéens, and has attracted the interest of the Hammers. 10Sport report, as cited by Calciomercato, that West Ham, as well as Roma and Napoli, are keen on bringing in the former Magpie, with Manuel Pellegrini looking to strengthen his attacking options. © Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Sport Olympique de Marsei

Florian Tristan Mariano Thauvin (French pronunciation: [flɔʁjɑ̃ tovɛ̃]; born 26 January 1993) is a French professional footballer who plays as a winger for Olympique de Marseille and the France national team.

Florian Thauvin said it was an honour ‘to know Newcastle have been after me for such a long time’. “I am delighted to be a Newcastle United player,” said Thauvin on the club’s website. Thauvin , who will follow in the footsteps of his fellow French wingers David Ginola and Laurent Robert in pulling on

Former Newcastle winger Florian Thauvin has said he made a ‘bad decision’ in moving to Tyneside, claiming he was ignored by the club during his stay in the Premier League.

Thauvin, who joined the Magpies in 2015, told French magazine Onze Mondial that his move back to Ligue 1 with Marseille was to prove a point after his failed move to England.

Thauvin claims his move to Newcastle was a 'bad decision' © Maja Hitij/Getty Images Sport Maja Hitij/Getty Images Sport

Since leaving St James’ Park, Thauvin has been a star for OM, and has successfully rebuilt his reputation at the Stade Vélodrome.

Reflecting on his time in Newcastle, as quoted by Chronicle Live, Thauvin said:

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Thauvin made headlines for all the wrong reasons when trying to force through his dream move to Marseille Lille president Michel Seydoux claimed his star - then 19 - was "untransferable" Florian Thauvin joined Newcastle in 2015. To compound matters, Newcastle were then surprisingly beaten

Thauvin now admits his Newcastle move came “too early” and explains: “At 22, you leave Thauvin has replaced his arrogance with maturity and consistency and has won talisman status at Marseille, a place in The goalkeeper was correct about the decision but the extent of his reaction – kicking the

“Over there [Newcastle], I thought my career was f*****.”

“I came home in the evening and told my girlfriend that this was it – it was over.”

“I wasn’t playing at Newcastle. I ended up at this club lost, no one talked to me. My phone never rang.”

“I had my family and my girlfriend.”

“That’s when I decided to grab the bull by the horns and said ‘I’m going back to Marseille and I’ll make a name for myself’. And that’s what happened.””

Talking about why he decided to leave his native France for England in 2015, the World Cup winning France international continued:

“I made some bad decisions. I can tell you, today, I have a good entourage, and it’s a lot easier for me to feel good.”

“It’s all a lot simpler.”

“I made the wrong choices in the past, no one was there to help me at that time, and that’s why I got it wrong.”

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Newcastle winger Florian Thauvin has claimed he will make his loan move to Marseille permanent in the summer. The 24-year-old struggled for opportunities at St James' Park after "It was a loan with an automatic purchase," he said. "After three games I belonged to Marseille so it was almost a transfer.

“Maybe if I’d stayed longer, I could have won a spot in the team, but I wasn’t thinking about that.”

“I told myself I wasn’t playing and I wanted to leave – to go back to Marseille.”

Thauvin claims his move to Newcastle was a 'bad decision' © Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Sport Olympique de Marseille v Club Atletico de Madrid - UEFA Europa League Final

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Newcastle summer target Divock Origi will cost ‘upward of £20million’ in January, if Rafa Benitez opts to shore up his interest. The Magpies coach reportedly enquired about the Belgium international forward in the summer, with the former Wolfsburg loanee having fallen down the pecking order at Anfield. A host of clubs, including a number of Premier League outfits, have reportedly registered interest in the 23-year old ahead of the January transfer window, with Origi having not yet made an appearance for Jurgen Klopp’s side this season. And according to the Express & Star, as cited by the Shields Gazette, Origi will cost upwards of £20million, double that which Liverpool paid Lille for his services in 2014. The report also claims Wolves are interested, however they could be put off by the price tag, while other sources have also linked Everton with a move.

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