Newcastle United goalkeeper Freddie Woodman to return to Kilmarnock?

Freddie Woodman to return to Kilmarnock?
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Newcastle United goalkeeper Freddie Woodman could reportedly return to Kilmarnock on a season-long loan deal next season.

Kilmarnock have reportedly emerged as a potential destination for Newcastle United goalkeeper Freddie Woodman.

The 20-year-old has just returned to the United Kingdom after playing a starring role for England Under-20s as they won the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea.

Woodman saved a penalty during the second half of the final with Venezuela, and he is expected to attract plenty of interest during the summer transfer window.

However, according to the Daily Record, a return to Kilmarnock is a strong possibility after his stint at Rugby Park this season.

After moving to Scotland in January, Woodman made 15 appearances in all competitions and would likely command a regular starting role should he pen another deal with the top-flight side.

He remains down the pecking order at St James' Park and with Rafael Benitez looking at signing another goalkeeper, he will be loaned out ahead of next season.

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