Date:Wednesday September 6 2006
... has hinted he could stay at St James' Park beyond January. At the same time knowing full well it is Sir Alex Ferguson's decision ... and NOT his.
The 19-year-old is on loan from Manchester United and will return to Old Trafford on January 1, but American-born Rossi has raised the possibility of staying longer.
Rossi: 'I know I will definitely be a Newcastle player until January, but we will look at it again before then and discuss whether I will stay for the whole season.
'It was decided it would help me and Newcastle if I was to go there on loan, and this was the best solution for me. I will have more opportunities to play with Newcastle.
'No Italian clubs came in for me, but I preferred to stay in England anyway because I am settled and I know the style of football. I like being in England.'
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