11 August, 2017
Rafa Benitez admits he has grown frustrated with Newcastle's transfer business this summer, but he remains fully committed to the club."It is very hard because the prices are insane", Benitez said. "It's not what you want, it's what you need".
But while Perez is of interest to Newcastle, Benitez says the club will have to sell players before being able to bring in any more signings.
You've got a £50m budget to pick 11 players, with all the biggest new signings ready and raring to go ahead of a mouthwatering new Premier League campaign.
Since joining in last season's transfer window, Perez managed to score just one goal in his 11 Premier League appearances which saw him fall in Wenger's pecking order behind Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck. "We are getting to more difficult matches so I am working hard to be a better player for this team". Everything is a little more hard. "We have to be sure the player is good enough for what we are looking for".
"It is important for the fans to understand that this year will be totally different".
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Chinese soldiers entered nearly 1 km into Uttarakhand's Barahoti
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However, the Spanish club are struggling to meet the Gunners' reported £13m asking price and talks are rumbling on. "We are now trying to work in different directions".
There's no big advance right now to scare Deportivo, so they're getting confident again, and won't rule out Lucas Perez arriving.
Owner Mike Ashley - who had promised Benitez "every last penny" the club generated through promotion and player sales in May - wants to see movement out of St James's Park.
The 21-year-old caused offence with his ill-advised posts on social media. I don't know if that has been the case.