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Daily Express - Sun Jan 21 3:59 PM
NEWCASTLE UNITED boss Rafa Benitez has been given the green light by owner Mike Ashley to move for Bristol City left-back Joe Bryan.
Sky Sports - Sun Jan 21 3:40 PM
West Brom are interested in signing Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, according to Sky sources.
Mirror - Sun Jan 21 3:40 PM
The left-back, 24, scored in City’s quarter-final win over Manchester United last month
Daily Mail - Sun Jan 21 2:32 PM
German World Cup winner Andre Schurrle has been made available for loan by Borussia Dortmund with the club accepting they will have to continue paying half his £150, 000-a-week wages.
Daily Mail - Sun Jan 21 1:56 PM
Newcastle United have made a loan move for Everton's Sandro Ramirez. Rafa Benitez is willing to sanction a deal that sees the club pay a £2m loan fee plus the Spaniard's £100, 000 weekly wage.
Daily Mail - Sat Jan 20 10:31 PM
Manchester City chiefs held a transfer meeting hours before Saturday's victory over Newcastle as they look to close in on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred.
Daily Telegraph - Sat Jan 20 9:49 PM
Telegraph.co.uk She has been vilified this week, accused of being a time-waster by “sources” close to Newcastle owner Mike Ashley who – it should not be forgotten – put the club up for sale in the first place. There have even been claims that Staveley, through her and more »
Goal.com - Sat Jan 20 9:34 PM
The France international has rediscovered his form following a forgettable stint at Newcastle, but says he is in no rush to leave his current club
Daily Express - Sat Jan 20 12:17 AM
RAFA BENITEZ has revealed he knew three weeks ago that Newcastle owner Mike Ashley had pulled the plug on Amanda Staveley’s proposed takeover of the club.
Sky Sports - Fri Jan 19 2:43 PM
Rafa Benitez says Mike Ashley told him the proposed takeover of Newcastle was off "two or three weeks" ago.
Independent - Fri Jan 19 10:34 AM
Businesswoman remains interested in purchasing Newcastle United, despite current owner Ashley criticising her company for wasting his time
Irish Independent - Fri Jan 19 8:41 AM
Amanda Staveley has said it is “absurd and hurtful” to suggest her Newcastle takeover bid is not a serious one and insists her offer is still on the table.
Daily Express - Fri Jan 19 8:03 AM
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Sky Sports - Fri Jan 19 6:30 AM
Amanda Staveley's efforts to buy Newcastle United have not come to an end and her £250m bid to buy the club remains on the table, Sky Sports News has been told.
Daily Express - Fri Jan 19 5:00 AM
AMANDA STAVELEY has knocked back claims from Mike Ashley earlier this week suggesting talks with PCP have been “a complete waste of time”.
BBC - Thu Jan 18 11:34 PM
Businesswoman Amanda Staveley says she still wants to buy Newcastle United despite owner Mike Ashley ending £250m takeover talks this week.
Irish Independent - Thu Jan 18 10:59 PM
Amanda Staveley is adamant she still wants to buy Newcastle despite the apparent collapse of her bid to do so.
Soccernet - Thu Jan 18 4:56 PM
Aaron Lennon is out of contract at the end of the season. Newcastle are considering a move for Everton winger Aaron Lennon, sources have told ESPN FC. Lennon could find first-team opportunities limited following the arrival of Theo Walcott from Arsenal and the return to fitness of Yannick Bolaise...
Football Transfer League - Thu Jan 18 9:52 AM
Henri Saivet of Newcastle , rumoured to be transfering to Montpellier HSC report Daily Mirror . - Football Rumour from 18-Jan-2018
Daily Mail - Thu Jan 18 9:00 AM
The January transfer window is hotting up, with Premier League clubs at both ends of the table looking to do business before the end of the month. Sportsmail brings you all the latest news.
Daily Mail - Thu Jan 18 1:41 AM
Newcastle midfielder Henri Saivet is in talks over a loan move to Montpellier with a view to making the deal permanent for £4million.
Guardian - Wed Jan 17 9:38 PM
• Uncertainty surrounds bid by Amanda Staveley • Staveley reported to have made £250m offer for club in November A major British family investor, the first to be named by the businesswoman Amanda Staveley as a financial backer of her £250m bid to buy Newcastle United, has said they are not now pl...
Irish Independent - Wed Jan 17 1:57 PM
Newcastle remains up for sale despite the collapse of talks with Amanda Staveley’s PCP Capital Partners.
Sky Sports - Wed Jan 17 12:15 PM
SkySports Talks between Mike Ashley and Amanda Staveley's PCP Partners over a potential takeover of Newcastle United have ended for now, Sky Sports News understands. And, as it stands, there is no deal is in place between the two parties for a sale of the
Daily Telegraph - Wed Jan 17 12:09 PM
Telegraph.co.uk Despite weeks of supposed talks, club sources have told Telegraph Sport that Ashley no longer believes Staveley is a credible buyer and have even gone so far as to claim the head of PCP Capital failed to table a serious bid. That is likely to be and more »
Daily Star - Wed Jan 17 12:00 PM
NEWCASTLE boss Rafa Benitez could be on the verge of leaving St James’ Park after Mike Ashley walked away from takeover talks with Amanda Staveley’s Middle East investment fund.
Sack Race - Wed Jan 17 10:28 AM
Former colleagues Mauricio Pellegrino and Rafa Benitez are currently embroiled in an unwanted battle at the top of the Premier League Sack Race.In the aftermath of Mark Hughes’ Stoke exit on 6th January it was Saints manager Pellegrino who was installed as the new odds-on favourite for the axe, b...
Daily Express - Wed Jan 17 7:51 AM
NEWCASTLE owner Mike Ashley last night sensationally pulled the plug on takeover talks with Amanda Staveley’s Middle East investment fund.
It was an elbow in the face, he was bleeding — it was so obvious, said Benitez.
EPL Talk - 9:20 PM
I have to say thank you to the fans because my message has been very clear all this time, Benitez said. This group of players deserve support because they work so hard until the last minute of every game so I think it's fair to them.
Sky Sports - 5:48 PM
I have to say thank you to the fans because my message has been very clear all this time, Benitez said. This group of players deserve support because they work so hard until the last minute of every game so I think it's fair to them.
Sky Sports - 4:26 PM
I was talking with [managing director] Lee Charnley and the message is clear it is business as usual, said Benitez. We have been in this situation in the past but have to carry on.
Daily Telegraph - 11:16 PM