New Signings Green Light for Allardyce, but…

August 12 17:04 2007 Print This Article

Big Sam has been granted the green light from Newcastle chairman to make more big-money signings this month, but first he must sells Kieron Dyer. The ’Want to Leave’ remains for sale by Newcastle at £8 million, but news of a renewed bid from the Hammers appears the only possibility of him being sold by this month.

It appears that Newcastle will also added Nolberto Solano on a new deal with West Ham for Kieron Dyer, as the old Peruvian is surprisingly has signaled the desire to also leave the club.

But later on about the greenlight Allardyce insisted that even if Dyer didn’t finally make a go to West Ham or any other club, but he found any other player suitable to buy, he would get that player.

There is one player in or maybe two that he will signed by this week. One of those players is now in a no-go situation, while the other one is still on going. The media report today suggested that the new player on his list could be Rozehnal ex team-mate, Mario Alberto Yepes Díaz.

Mario Alberto Yepes DiazSunday Sun’s report, PSG have instructed a third party to find a buyer for £1.7 million-rated Colombian international Yepes, whose nickname in his homeland is “El Rey” or “The King”.

Allardyce is likely to consult Rozehnal before considering any move for 6’3″ 31-year-old Yepes, who has been linked with a moe to Lille and Werder Bremen but the player insists he would prefer a move to the Premiership.

From what I have read about Mario Alberto Yepes, he is sounds like a great player. Check this forum where some fans talking about Yepes.

Meanwhile, commenting on last Saturday win over the Trotters, Sam Allardyce said he wants to take Newcastle to “a point where they haven’t been before” and claims that his new Newcastle team are only 40% of the real power at the moment.

We are visiting Reebok stadium yesterday without our key players. Shay Given, Michael Owen, Emre, Damien Duff, Joey Barton, including new boys Claudio Caçapa and Jose Enrique are all still missing from the squad, but we still can manage the win.

We are now looking for the team selection from Allardyce to kick on ahead of next Saturday’s clash with Aston Villa at St. James’ Park. I can predicted another three points at hand now, as we have a good records against Villa at our own land.

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