Newcastle United boss John Carver has reiterated his belief that midfielder Moussa Sissoko will not leave the club before the transfer deadline on Monday evening, Sky Sports has reported.
The 25-year-old’s future has been the biggest talking point on Tyneside in recent weeks regarding transfers, with the player having admitted that he would be tempted by the possibility of a move to Paris St. Germain, and that his ‘dream’ would be to...More
Hull City will move out of the relegation zone if they can see off a Newcastle United side who will play their first game since John Carver was confirmed to be in charge until the end of the season.
The Tigers have fallen back into danger thanks to two successive away defeats, where they were severely hampered by the absence of a number of key players. Despite having a week off due to the FA Cup, manager Steve Bruce still has a lengt...More
According to Sky Sports, Crystal Palace are considering signing ex-Newcastle striker Shola Ameobi on a free transfer this month.
The 33-year-old is being targeted by Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew, who was formerly of Newcastle during Ameobi’s spell in Tyneside. The Eagles have been desperate for attacking reinforcements, and Ameobi would provide a target man-like threat going forward, meaning he could bring others into play.
Serie A side AS Roma have signed Newcastle defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa for £5.5M following his loan spell with the Italian outfit, reports Sky Sports.
The 25-year-old joined Roma on loan from Newcastle in September, after struggling to make a real impact in the Premier League. He has impressed enough during his time in Italy to earn a permanent deal, with Roma currently chasing the title.
He played 20 games for Roma, which automatica...More
Newcastle United caretaker manager John Carver will retain his position at the club until the end of the current season, with the board to seek out a replacement in the summer, reports BBC Sport.
Carver, 50, was former manager Alan Pardew’s assistant at the Magpies, but recently made his feelings clear that he would love to be the manager of Newcastle when Pardew left to join Crystal Palace. He hasn’t got off to the best start as car...More
Cash-rich Chinese club Shanghai SIPG have offered Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisee the chance to join them abd become one of the world’s highest paid players, according to the Independent.
Shanghai are managed by former England boss Sven Goran Eriksson, who was appointed back in November. They have put together a three-year package for Cisse - who is currently away at the Africa Cup of Nations with Senegal - which would see him ...More
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