Newcastle United Were Offered Jack Rodwell Before Sunderland Swooped – Chronicle Live

Rodwell has signed for Sunderland on a five year contract and will pick up wages of around 64,000 per week and a significant signing on fee. But Newcastle , like the Wearsiders , were offered the player by Manchester City earlier this summer and turned down the move. Rodwells wage demands would have made him one of the top earners at United and he was also offered to Everton, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton and West Ham who all opted against signing the former Everton man. Rodwell had cost City around 12million from the Toffees two years ago but he made just 16 appearances scoring twice in the Premier League. And that was considered too much of a gamble by a clutch of Prem clubs.
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Howard Webb retires as a match referee and becomes technical director of Professional Game Match Officials Limited | Premier League – ITV Sport

Il faut donc vendre quelques joueurs pour integrer le salaire promis au vice-champion du monde, qui avoisinerait les 8 millions d’euros. Parailleurs, les deux clubs seraient proches d’un accord, avec une jolie somme our les caisses du Real. Un exode du cote de Manchester ? Desireux de renforcer son entre-jeu, Manchester United aurait fait d’Arturo Vidal sa priorite bien que la Juventus soit peu encline a laisser partir son Chilien. En attendant, les Red Devils voient certains de leurs joueurs convoites.
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Mercato : le PSG attend Di Maria, Xavi reste au Barça –

He rejected my offer of a new contract earlier this year but that deal remains on the table. He has two more years to run on his current contract and we hope he will play a huge part for us this season. It is now time for Henri to make his decision. Stars: But Jamaal Lascelles and Karl Darlow were sold on the cheap to Premier League side Newcastle United Dispute: Fawaz Al Hasawi has hit back at Stuart Pearce’s claims he was left in the dark at Nottingham Forest Pearce has said publicly he does not want to lose Lansbury, a graduate of the Arsenal academy, and called him one of the Championships best players. But the former England Under-21 boss is aware of the pressures to meet financial fair play. Pearce said: I certainly hope we will not be losing any other players.
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