- Mon May 21 7:00 PM
Tottenham will offer Moussa Sissoko to other clubs this summer, according to the Mail. Sissoko was signed by Spurs from Newcastle United for £30 million in the summer of 2016, becoming the club’s joint-record signing at the time. The Frenchman has endured a difficult two seasons in north London,...
- Sun May 20 1:42 AM
Quote from 7-King Kenny-7 on Today at 12:31:59 am Give it a rest. We get the picture that you don’t rate Rafa, trust me, there is really no need to keep banging on about it repeating the same old stuff, especially whe
- Sat May 19 8:45 AM
Report: Hodgson interested in £20m ace; Newcastle and West Ham keen on £29k-per-week star - originally posted on Sportslens.com According to reports from The Guardian, Crystal Palace are looking to bolster their midfield area in the summer transfer window. Roy Hodgson is expected to be busy in th...
- Fri May 18 2:27 PM
A while ago, he was all set for an 8th place cliffhanger against Puel and Allardyce. Except he lost the next 4 games, including at home to West Brom. So had to settle for 10th, firmly in the middle of nowhere positions. He hasn't said yet who he will
- Fri May 18 6:42 AM
As kick-off approaches tomorrow it will be almost a week since the Newcastle performance to end the Premier League season and Cesc Fabregas has challenged his team-mates to lift themselves. Last week was abysmal and arguably, the second worst performance of our season with the away "performance"...
- Thu May 17 10:59 AM
Report: West Ham want Rafa Benitez to be their new manager - originally posted on Sportslens.com West Ham United are reportedly hoping that they can lure Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez to the London Stadium. The Hammers announced on Wednesday that they would not be renewing the contract of...
|I'm really pleased to welcome Fabian to Newcastle United,
Benitez said. He is an international, did well in the World Cup and has great experience. He adds competition in this position and that is a positive for the team.
I am speaking with [managing director] Lee Charnley every day, but not with [Ashley],
Benitez said. Normally, during the year, I do not speak with him too much. The main thing is to do what we have to do. I do not have to speak to Mike.
We are in the same position as we were last year. He's our player, we're happy with him and we don't want to sell him,
Benitez said. To do a move, too many things has to happen at the same time. I was talking with him this morning, I don't see any change with the situation.
Benitez told CalcioNapoli24 : My future? I've heard so much talk, but I haven't spoken to (Napoli president) Aurelio De Laurentiis.