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Nolan in 5.5 million move away from Toon

Newcastle United's man-of-the-moment Kevin Nolan is being linked with a 5.5 million move away from the club, by British tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail.

Premier League clubs Wigan, Birmingham, Stoke and Hull are all admirers of the talented Magpies midfielder, and it is thought that a January bid may be forthcoming.

The former Bolton man has been in stellar form for Chris Hughton's side, and although the gaffer wants to hold onto the free-scoring midfielder, the club's financial woes may instigate the transfer.




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Writer: Mehzeb Chowdhury Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 4 2010

Time: 1:27PM

Your Comments

Losing Nolan would be a big loss for us, we need to try and keep a hold of good players...
xpertweb.co.uk
Take away the dire financial position that might dictate the club's hand, you gotta ask whether a move to any of those named below-par Premier League also-rans would be a decent move for Nolan? I doubt it - he'd be better off staying put and enjoying a productive season or 2 personally.
DrWatford
why would he want to move, to a team destined for the championship, when The toons are heading back to the top.
buzz lightyear
Honestly leaving Newcastle would be a big mistake Kev. Your in tip top form and clearly enjoying scoring regulary with the North East club, your in the championship and still playing in front of 45,000 supporters. Move to a club like wigan and enjoy battling relegation or trying to get promoted again next season. Newcastle United will stay in the Premier League next season and push for top 8 maybe the season after.
Toon_lad
we really need 1-2 creative and pacey midfielders.please so as to break thru more stubborn defence...since our striker peter is now in red hot form...this is very important and urgent..since last season...we should break the partnership of nolan and smith and guthrie...they have skills..but lack of pace and creativity..we should bring in jack whilshere..or tom cleverly..
newcastle 4eva
 

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