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United identifies Championship transfer targets

United identifies Championship transfer targets

Newcastle United have already identified several players who would be the subject of bids in the coming month as potential replacements for as many as fifteen first-team players.

The club has already scouted a number of potential candidates, among them, a couple of Premier League players, and even a few foreigners:

1. Gary Cahill (Bolton Wanderers)

2. David Wheater (Middlesbrough)

3. Kyle Naughton (Sheffield United)

4. Daniel Fox (Coventry City)

5. Emiliano Insua (Liverpool)

6. John-Joe O'Toole (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

7. Miroslav Stoch (Chelsea FC)

8. Andrew Driver (Hearts)

9. Stephen Hunt(Reading)

10. Kevin Doyle (Reading)

11. Jordi Gomez (Swansea City)

12. Simon Cox (Swindon Town)

13. Colin Nash (Hibernian)

14. Fabien Delph (Leeds United)


It remains to be seen how many of the intended targets actually arrives on Tyneside.



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Writer:Mehzeb Chowdhury
Date:Tuesday May 26 2009
Time: 9:45AM

Comments

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Gary Cahill? Why would he drop down a division. Makes absolutely no sense. I hope the club have some better contingency in place than that lot. Cox and Delph would be nice though.
BaldEagle
26/05/2009 11:12:00
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Ano m8, people keep talking about Kightly but why would he come to us when he has just been promoted with Wolves.
nu-switz-fc
26/05/2009 14:14:00
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Non starter. The likes of Cox, Lambert, Surman etc should be looked at as future prospects.
BaldEagle
26/05/2009 14:38:00
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I doubt Cahill or Wheater, but Mark Beevers of Wednesday could be a target along with Tommy Spurr at left back. Miles Addison of Derby could be another as well as Adam Johnson and Josh Walker from Boro
Kernowboy71
26/05/2009 15:03:00
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