Published: Fri, August 11, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Rafa Benitez admits he's not happy with summer business so far

Rafa Benitez admits he's not happy with summer business so far

Fenerbahce and Newcastle have both expressed an interest in signing Perez but it is Deportivo that made a formal offer of £9m plus £1.8m in bonuses.

He still has two years remaining on his deal at St. James' Park. "He's come here and not played in many games, but I like the player".

"We have a big squad and a lot of competition but I need to work hard and in the moments I am on the pitch, give my best", the Ghana worldwide explained.

"I like the player because I have good friends in A Coruna", Benitez told reporters.

Representing the interested parties from the Premier League are Arsenal, Liverpool and the returning Newcastle, managed by the former Real boss Rafa Benitez.

The Brazil Under-20 worldwide, who has been at Stamford Bridge since 2015, has failed to nail down a regular first-team position, making just 15 league appearances for the Blues.

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He said: "We are trying to move players out to bring players in".

He had featured in all of Newcastle's pre-season campaign until last weekend. "We know what we need", he added.

In the 11th minute, Jonjo Shelvey floated a pass forward which was aimed for Aleksandar Mitrovic, the Serbian slipped over and the ball found its way to Atsu, who ghosted in behind the Verona defence to slot home from a tight angle. "Now I will try to do my best to be sure that the team we have will be good enough to compete and stay as high as we can in the Premier League".

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

"I'm working very hard with the people in the club to try to improve what we have at the moment". We want to leave but if there is no agreement he has a contract with Arsenal.

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