Rafa Benitez 'not happy' with Newcastle's business in the transfer window

Esther Moore
August 11, 2017

Combined with the Spanish manager making it clear he's been frustrated by the summer transfer window, and Newcastle's activity in it so far, Benitez speaking about Perez was always going to get attention, and that's nearly certainly why he did it.

"I want to do my best".

"For me, I'm not totally happy with what we did, but I will try to do my best, working very hard with people at the club to try and improve what we have at the moment".

Newcastle would undoubtably still value the Spaniard's experience in both La Liga as well as his limited time in the Premier League as the club step back up to the top flight following promotion from the Championship last season. "I said, 'Listen, we have to talk.' He said, 'Listen, you have some money?' I like the player but it's too soon to talk about that".

The Magpies had kept tabs former Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero and Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham, but the former moved to Stamford Bridge as a free agent, while the latter opted to join Swansea City on loan. Hopefully we can find solutions and bring what we need.

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"Sometimes it is not about you want, it is about what you need and what you can afford now".

However, there is a worry that this decision only continues Newcastle's struggles in the transfer market.

The 21-year-old arrived at Chelsea from Brazilian club Fluminense in summer 2015 and instead of becoming another member of the loan brigade from the get-go, he was integrated into the first-team instead.

This suggests SkyBet think the chances of him moving on this summer are highly likely - the only question is where?

"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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