Newcastle United Continue Interest In Striker Loic Remy: Daily Soccer Report
Now that Newcastle United have pulled out of negotiations after their £7million bid for Bafetimbi Gomis was rejected by Lyon, the Tyneside club have turned their attention back to Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy as a possible summer loan signing.
According to the Newcastle Chronicle, a loan deal could be finalized as early as this week.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Newcastle United continue interest in striker Loic Remy — Newcastle Chronicle
- Bayern Munich and Barcelona told ‘David Luiz staying at Chelsea’ — Evening Standard
- Defiant Daniel Levy to fight off Real Madrid — Evening Standard
- Newcastle United pull out of negotiations after £7m bid for Bafetimbi Gomis is rejected by Lyon — Telegraph
- Chelsea to hold off on bid to sign Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney — Evening Standard
- Crystal Palace wants to sign Arsenal’s Marouane Chamakh on loan — The Mail
- Liverpool looking to Lorenzo Melgarejo as a solution for their Left back conundrum — Soccerlens
- Arsenal are ‘too risky’ as Brazil star Bernard chooses Porto — Evening Standard
- Marca caught making shit up! Spurs fans show paper rehashed a Modric quote, applied to Bale — 101GG
- Kick Out Racism launches app to help players and supporters report racist abuse — Evening Standard
- Liverpool fans condemn ‘shameful’ fans who unfurled a banner mocking Munich — Independent
- Roberto Martinez says Ross Barkley can make a big impact this season — Liverpool Echo
- Two more new faces expected at Sunderland this week — Newcastle Chronicle
- Fantasy Premier League winner reveals simple secret of success — Premier League
- Newcastle United unveil fans forum to offer supporters a boardroom presence — Newcastle Chronicle
- AC Milan defender Daniele Bonera breaks his kneecap — Sky Sports
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