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Newcastle United's £31 million transfer list

Newcastle United's £31 million transfer list

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has been told that by Alan Shearer that the only thing that would convince the 38-year-old Geordie to take charge of the Magpies permanently next term, is a sizable transfer kitty for signings over the next month.

Bleacher Report has listed a number of potential candidates for the Championship Toon; players who may deliver the goods for the hapless Magpies over the grueling 46-game Coca Cola Championship season.

United are set to receive as much as £30 million from offloading up to fifteen first-team players over the next few months, and that money should be used as a means to restock on players before pre-season begins on July 1, 2009.

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Writer:Mehzeb Chowdhury
Date:Wednesday May 27 2009
Time: 11:03PM

Comments

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LOL Yes sell 'em all! Its a brilliant article! All the best, hope you don't do a Southampton, Leeds, Leicester, Norwich and Charlton!!!
haigh_for_7
28/05/2009 00:53:00
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Oh and....started with Northen Rock, ended with relegation, NOT a good season for you guys!!!
haigh_for_7
28/05/2009 00:54:00
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Not gonna happen, the cash from the transfers (sales) is going to be used to prop the club up. Remember reduced TV money, ticket sales, sponsorships etc. Parachute payments aren't going to cover all that.
TeddyLyon
28/05/2009 01:50:00
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'United are set to receive as much as £30 million from offloading up to fifteen first-team players", Wow, you would only get 30 million even if you ofload 15 players? i know that Relegetion reduces the Value of players but 15 players for 30 million suggests a average Value of 2 million per player which suggests that you squad is poor and deserved to Go down
Yid_from_India
28/05/2009 05:56:00
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Yid from India - we did! There are a lot of players in that 15 either out of contract or over 30. I think the £30m is based on Martins, Coloccini, Nolan, Gutierrez, Enrique, Smith and Duff, which makes it nearer £3m a player.
BaldEagle
28/05/2009 13:34:00
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I think Martins can bring in £10m, Colocini and Gutierrez £8m combined, Smith £2m, Bassong £8m, Enrique and Xisco another £8m combined which comes to £38m and swapping Nolan for Derbyshire (value £4m) = £42m. It would also be possible to cut the wage bill by 60% which would save the club £44m in wages alone especially when we cut Viduka, Geremi, Cacapa, Owen etc.
Blacksheep
28/05/2009 14:55:00
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The players suggested are: Kyle Naughton Sheffield United £1.75m RB, Daniel Fox Coventry £1.5m LB, Leandro Grimi SP Lisbon £1.5m LB, Mark Beevers Wednesday £1m CB, David Wheater Boro £4m CB, Andrew Surman Soton £1.5m MF, Miles Addiston Derby £1.5m MF, Andrew Driver Hearts £1.25m LW, Fabian Delph Leeds £5m MF, Jordi Gomez Espanyol £2m MF, Steven Hunt Reading £2.5m LW, Sean Scammell £1m Palalce CF, Kevin Doyle Reading £3m CF, Jermaine Beckford Leeds £2m CF, Simon Cox Swindon £2m CF ...... whilst there are some interesting players and I particularly like Naughton, Beevers, Addison and Cox, I think they are very optimistic with their speculated fees. I also think the club will avoid buying players from the Iberian peninsula in the short term but might pick up some Scandinavian players.
Blacksheep
28/05/2009 15:03:00
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Look at the likes of Solskjaer, Schmeichel, Hyppia - we get far more consistency in the English game from North Europeans than we do from the Latin types. Stick with the Icemen!
BaldEagle
28/05/2009 17:37:00
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