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Everton, Hull City declare interest in Owen

Everton, Hull City declare interest in Owen

Newcastle United striker Michael Owen, who is out of contract on 30 June, 2009 is set to decide his future after club representatives from Hull City, and Everton contacted the player, and declared publicly of the interest to sign him.

Hull City chairman Paul Duffen confirmed his club's interest in signing the 29-year-old, but 'on the right terms'.

Everton boss David Moyes is also keen on the Chester-born player, but is set to offer him a much lower wage-package than Newcastle United currently pay him.

On £120,000 a week, Owen currently costs the club around £5.8 million a year in salary, and would be a welcome exit along with out of contract first-teamers Mark Viduka, and Claudio Cacapa.

The trio would free up somewhere in the region of £12 million, which would cut the wage-bill of the club from a staggering £74 million down to a less staggering £62 million.



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Writer:Mehzeb Chowdhury
Date:Sunday June 21 2009
Time: 3:15PM

Comments

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I think you guys would be justified in saying: "Good Riddance." Shearer gave him his chance for glory and he just could't rise to the challenge.
Sindbad
21/06/2009 18:51:00
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Sinbad, rise to the challenge? Bull$hit he didnt give a ***** he knew Newcastle were gone and the pay check was over. He thought *****em those ****s desrve to go down and I will make sure they do.
TeddyLyon
22/06/2009 04:20:00
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I cant wait to see that ************ go!! take him for free, waste of space.
xpertweb.co.uk
22/06/2009 09:25:00
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hey..anyone noes..the new nufc yellow kit..is away kit or home kit?
newcastle 4eva
22/06/2009 11:29:00
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Away Kit.
Mehzeb
22/06/2009 11:32:00
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