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United interested in Real Madrid ace Raul

Newcastle United are interested in signing Real Madrid veteran Raul, according to Spanish newspaper Marca.

31-year-old Raul is under contract with Los Blancos until 2011, but Marca claims that his days at the Santiago Bernabeu may be up.

The newspaper makes an ambitious claim that Newcastle United, along with Manchester City, and Liverpool are keen to secure the services of the legendary forward, and that City are prepared to outbid their rivals with a 25 million offer.

The mentioned fee will certainly scare off the Magpies, and the Reds, but if one club is prepared to dish out ridiculous fees for supposed 'superstars' then it is City.

Raul, though a living legend, is beyond Newcastle United's budget, and the club is a little below his standards at the moment as well.




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Writer: Mehzeb Chowdhury Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 8 2009

Time: 5:11PM

Your Comments

yeah and i hear that Raul is really looking forward to playing in the championship. LOL lol from the champions league to the championship that would be quite a jump.
Yid_from_India
i dont know whats funnier, them thinking they can get raul or how the guy still writes articles but theres no newcastle fans here lol
meee93
all of the newcastle fans are now chelsea supporters
TimBoro
Worried about Monday night TimBeast?
BaldEagle
Dream on, Gateshead or Whitley Bay have more chance of signing Raul than you manky Geordie losers
The Green Griffin
 

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