Date: 4th August 2018 at 1:27pm
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And so, with the Premier League transfer window set to slam shut in less than a week, it remains to be seen if Newcastle United will be able to bring anyone else to St James Park.

With money tight and with Rafael Benitez having to ‘wheel and deal’ we’d be hugely surprised if any serious money was spent on bringing in new players and going some way to appeasing the disgruntled supporters.

However, according to the respected news source, Sky Sports, Rafael Benitez could be about to receive a little extra cash to play with.

According to our referenced source, our young striker, Adam Armstrong, is set to be sold.

The 21-year-old, who was on loan at Blackburn Rovers last season, is set to make a permanent move to Ewood Park for an initial fee of £1.75 million which could rise to £3 million with add-ons.

Now, we accept it’s not a fortune, but everything counts when you’re reduced to the level of ‘wheeling and dealing’ we’ve become accustomed to this summer.

 

3 Replies to “Now Don’t Spend It All At Once Mr Benitez”

  • What a joke 1.75m for a young English striker with bags of potential were clearly not gonna sign anyone so don’t understand this at all should of give the lad a chance I’d play him ahead of Joselu everyday of the week and twice on sundays. What a joke my beloved Newcastle has become under this scum bag owner seems a lifetime ago when the legendary bobby robson was sacked for coming 5th deemed not good enough, I feel for the young kids that have to grow up watching this shit and he has tha audacity to copy the entertainers kit for this season SCUMBAG! Get yourself f*#ked off

  • the way to hurt him is money -total boycott of sports direct debenhams and house of fraser plus any where else the greedy selfish bastard has his illgotten gains invested.

    • Boycott the tills and he will not pay players ,we have to get behind our team regardless and wait till he goes i hate our level of activity but hes a hard nut whod rather see NUFC in administration than bend to our needs.

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