- Mon Jun 11 11:00 PM
Newcastle United are keeping tabs on Tottenham youngster Marcus Edwards, according to the Newcastle Chronicle. Last week, reports suggested Edwards will seek an exit from Spurs this summer after failing to receive first-team assurances from Mauricio Pochettino. The 19-year-old, once dubbed ‘Mini...
- Mon Jun 11 8:14 PM
Rafa wants 28-yr-old attacker, £16m star would take Newcastle to next level - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United are interested in signing the West Brom striker Salomon Rondon this summer. The Venezuelan is expected to leave the Baggies following relegation and he would be a ter...
- Fri Jun 8 6:30 AM
£40m star a top target for Newcastle, club under pressure to sell attacker - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United are hoping to sign Jack Grealish from Aston Villa this summer. The Championship outfit failed to secure promotion to the Premier League after losing the play-off final...
- Thu Jun 7 5:04 PM
'Fantastic player, please be true': Newcastle fans react on Twitter after hearing who Benitez wants to sign - originally posted on Sportslens.com According to reports from Foot.CD, Newcastle United are interested in signing Yannick Bolasie in the summer transfer window. The Daily Mirror reported...
- Thu Jun 7 8:45 AM
Report: Rival club could demand £45m for £40k-per-week Tottenham target - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle United defender Jamaal Lascelles has been reportedly targeted by several Premier League clubs including Chelsea, Tottenham and Everton. According to the reports from the London...
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- Thu Jun 7 7:00 AM
Also, does Everton have strengths? Your daily dose of Everton news and rumors Latest on Jamaal Lascelles as we battle Spurs for Newcastle defender. Northern Echo Everton’s youngsters propel England U21s to the Toulon Tournament final. FA Backup goalie Joel Robles may be headed to a Europa...
|At the moment he wants to be here, I think, so we will see in the future,
He showed what he can do and has given us something different,
said Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez. I was happy with Joselu, Ayoze [Perez] and [Yoshinori] Muto, but he's a different kind of striker.
When we signed Rondon we were after a striker who could win the ball in the air, hold the ball up, score goals and has some mobility as well,
said Benitez. We knew about his mentality, we knew he could bring something different.
We are lucky to have some young players coming to help the first team and he did well,