Newcastle United fans have been subjected to boring football for far too long.
The main complaints from United fans during the Mike Ashley era weren't about the team's lack of success or the lack of big-money signings; their main concern was the sluggish football on display on a weekly basis.
Steve Bruce's side were playing a dreadful game, and while Rafa Benitez was a popular player on Tyneside, it would be remiss to deny that his Newcastle team was impressive in the slightest.
However, things have changed recently at St James Park.
This team has rediscovered a sense of freedom under Eddie Howe, and at times, theyve been a joy to watch, most notably in their 2-0 victory against Arsenal in May, where they played the Gunners off the field.
This Newcastle side is capable of producing excellent viewing, and things may become a lot more enjoyable in the north east.
Newcastle is now interested in club Brugge winger Noa Lang, and if he gets paired with Allan Saint-Maximin on the wings, they may be one of Europe's most entertaining attacking outfits.
Lang is cut from a similar cloth. Speed, tricks, direct dribbling, and an incredible powerful right foot are all what Saint-Maximin is all about.
Lang is a bag of tricks in his own right, because his low centre of gravity allows him to effortlessly navigate defenses, and although he isn't as quick as Saint-Maximin, his quick feet are powerful enough to bamboozle any defense.
Putting Lang and Saint-Maximin in the same team is certainly a good idea. Both wingers have been chastised for being too greedy, while their defensive output isnt the finest.