"akarok" may also be accepted?
....but it's not
Why "én kerek jókat nem újakat" would be wrong in this case?
szeretni (to like, to love); kérni (to ask, to request, to like to have sth); parancsolni (to order /like a restaurant/, to order/command); akarni (to want sth) ..... I used "Akarok jókat, nem újakat." . 23 április 2020
Why do you need the Én here ? Sometimes you don't? Thank you on advance
You don't need én here either, there is nothing special with it in this sentence.
Akarok covered the first person singular "én form" for me.
Jókat és nem újakat akarok!