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SportNewcastle's fixture list revealed: Where are the key games?

11:36  13 june  2019
11:36  13 june  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Newcastle want £20m for Norwich target Dwight Gayle

Newcastle want £20m for Norwich target Dwight Gayle Newcastle have reportedly named their price for Norwich City transfer target Dwight Gayle ahead of the summer. According to The Evening Standard, via HITC, Newcastle are demanding £20m for Gayle to leave the club on a permanent basis. Norwich are thought to be considering a swoop for Gayle if they fail to sign Rhodes on a permanent deal following his loan spell at the club last season. However, sporting director Stuart Webber has already claimed that Norwich will have one of the lowest budgets in Premier League history next season, which automatically rules out a £20m move for Dwight Gayle.

Newcastle United will begin the 2019/20 Premier League campaign at home to Arsenal on August 11th. The Magpies began the previous season at home The Christmas period could be where Newcastle pick up some valuable points, with Newcastle facing Sheffield United, Southampton, Burnley, Crystal

Newcastle face a Tottenham opener at home for the third time in the Premier League era. However, trips to Huddersfield and Swansea follow a home game against West Ham. Underwhelming though the fixtures list reveal was to most Huddersfield fans, a visit to Crystal Palace is a relatively easy start.

Newcastle's fixture list revealed: Where are the key games? © Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Sport Newcastle United v Liverpool FC - Premier League

Newcastle United will begin the 2019/20 Premier League campaign at home to Arsenal on August 11th.

The Magpies began the previous season at home to the Gunners’ rivals Tottenham Hotspur and will look for a better opening weekend this time around.

Following the Magpies’ opening fixture against Unai Emery’s side, they will travel to newly-promoted Norwich City before making a first trip to Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium on August 24th, ending the opening month with a home game against Watford.

Things don’t get any easier for the Magpies, with Rafael Benitez’s side travelling to Anfield and the King Power Stadium in September.

Fabinho reveals which games changed his Liverpool career

Fabinho reveals which games changed his Liverpool career Fabinho has revealed the two games he believes have made his Liverpool career so far ahead of the biggest yet – a Champions League Final – against Tottenham Hotspur in Madrid tonight. The Reds go into their second consecutive final looking a much stronger outfit than last season and Fabinho believes the 1-1 draw against Arsenal and 3-1 win against Manchester United have been his most important in England so far. Speaking ahead of the highly-anticipated clash, cited by the Independent, Fabinho pinpointed the two games as stand-outs for him in a Liverpool shirt. “I knew it would be difficult and there would be times when I would be out of the team.

It confirmed Newcastle ' s sixth consecutive away loss. Manager Steve McClaren is teetering on the Sportsmail can reveal that McClaren and his backroom team are fast losing the trust of their squad and that One of the key factors which could hasten McClaren's exit is the fixture list , with the game at

Newcastle will kick off the 2015-16 Barclays Premier League season at home to Southampton and finish up against St James' Park welcomes Tottenham Hotspur for final game of the season. Tyne-Wear derbies vs Sunderland on October 24 and McClaren is the new manager of Newcastle United.

The Christmas period could be where Newcastle pick up some valuable points, with Newcastle facing Sheffield United, Southampton, Burnley, Crystal Palace and Everton, along with a difficult Boxing Day trip to Old Trafford.

The run-in looks tricky for Benitez and his side, with the Magpies taking on Manchester City, Tottenham and Liverpool in the final five fixtures, so the Magpies will be hoping they have their Premier League safety secured long before May.

Benitez’s side face Jurgen Klopp’s Reds on the final day on May 17th, so Newcastle fans will be hoping they will be fighting for a place in the top half on the final day over battling to avoid the drop.

Five strikers Wolves could sign if they miss out on Salomon Rondon.
With the transfer window in full-swing, Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to be linked with a range of players in different positions. One area of the squad manager Nuno Espirito Santo is likely to want to strengthen is in attack, with Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota currently his only real established first-team options. Wolves are rumoured to be interested in West Bromwich Albion frontman Salomon Rondon, who enjoyed a successful 2018/19 season on loan at Premier League outfit Newcastle United.

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