How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

How will Rafa Benitez's Newcastle fare back in the Premier League?

The capture of Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon has pushed Perez further down the pecking order in North London and an exit is likely to go ahead, with fellow Premier League side Newcastle United highly interested in signing the experienced forward.

"I am not happy [with transfer dealings] but for me it is a challenge", he continued.

"We missed some targets at the beginning and I think we are paying for that ..."

Perez's boyhood club remain the frontrunners to sign their former boy wonder but the player's agent is frustrated that Arsenal want more than the current offer on the table.

Reports are now suggesting a deal to take Kenedy on loan for this campaign is close to being completed and a deal could be confirmed before Sunday's Premier League opener at home to Tottenham.

"It's quite hard for every team, but especially the ones that do not have as much money as the others", he said. "The team spirit's quite good, and hopefully we replicate that this season".

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Benitez blamed inflated prices for Newcastle's struggles. "We are now trying to work in different directions".

Deportivo La Coruna are still hopeful of re-signing Arsenal striker Lucas Perez but don't believe they can match competing offers.

Sky Bet has priced the likelihood of the 28-year-old moving to St. James' Park at 9/4, while the odds on the Spaniard staying with the Gunners are a huge 6/1.

Owner Mike Ashley had promised Benitez "every last penny" to improve the squad, but fans are unhappy at how little has been done.

"It's very hard for me because my Chinese is not good enough", he said, referencing links with the Chinese Super League.

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