- Fri Jun 22 7:35 PM
Rome (AFP) – Justin Kluivert, the son of former Barcelona and Newcastle striker Patrick, left Ajax for Roma for 17.25 million euros ($20mln) on Friday, the Serie A club announced. The Dutch international winger penned
- Wed Jun 20 7:53 PM
17 goals last season: Benitez looking to bring Bundesliga star to Newcastle - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle are interested in signing the Hoffenheim attacker Andrej Kramaric this summer. The 27-year-old Croatian international had a fantastic season in the Bundesliga last year and...
- Wed Jun 20 5:30 PM
Everton ready to offload £22m ace, Newcastle can't afford to miss out - originally posted on Sportslens.com According to reports from The Sun, Everton could offload Morgan Schneiderlin in the summer transfer window as Marco Silva is looking to shape the squad to his own taste. The report claims...
- Wed Jun 20 12:07 PM
Blow for Newcastle as West Ham make higher offer for international star - originally posted on Sportslens.com West Ham United are leading the race to sign Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro. Newcastle United had submitted an offer thought to be in the region of £11.4 million for the 25-year-old,...
- Tue Jun 19 7:53 PM
36 goals in the last 2 seasons: Club ready to sell Newcastle target for €25m - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle are interested in signing the Danish striker Nicolai Jorgensen this summer. As per the reports, signing a striker is a top priority for Rafael Benitez and the Spaniard has...
- Mon Jun 18 7:27 PM
Newcastle submit bid for international midfielder, Benitez admires 25-yr-old - originally posted on Sportslens.com Newcastle are interested in signing the Juventus midfielder Stefano Sturaro this summer. The 25-year-old is a squad player at the Italian club and he is keen on leaving in search of...
|The final third is where we have to spend the money,
said Benitez. The big clubs are paying £40 or £50mfor players who make the difference.
I think from the beginning of the season we know that we are close, but sometimes it's not enough,
said Benitez. Hopefully everybody can see the effort is there, we're trying our best and still it's not enough.
I had teams, agents, talking with more money than here,
said Benitez. The reality is we have to compete in a division when we cannot compete against Bournemouth, who are spending money.
We faced a very organised and very tough team who I think are going to stay in the Premier League,
said Herrera of Rafa Benitez' side.