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11 August 2017, 12:34 | Marlene Fleming
Newcastle interested in Lucas Perez
If the deal goes through it will be a boost for Benitez who has admitted he is not happy with Newcastle's transfer business so far this summer.
'I am not happy [with transfer dealings] but for me it is a challenge, ' Benitez told Sky Sports.
"I want to do my best". "We are getting to more difficult matches so I am working hard to be a better player for this team". We missed some targets at the beginning and we're paying for that. "I never mention figures but we have done all that Deportivo can, even making a big effort because of the importance that I believe Lucas can have in this team next season".
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.
"It is important for the fans to understand that this year will be totally different".
The 21-year-old, a fine athlete with experience of playing a left-sided wing-back, would work well on the left of a four or five-man midfield, with DeAndre Yedlin on the other side.
Spanish ace Lucas Perez is surplus to requirements following a frustrating season at the Emirates Stadium after signing from Deportivo La Coruna, where he struggled to earn regular opportunities within the Gunners first-team. "We will continue to fight because the truth is that he [Perez] is looking forward to joining us".
This suggests SkyBet think the chances of him moving on this summer are highly likely - the only question is where?
When Benitez committed to stay at Newcastle at the end of last season he was promised "every last penny" by club owner Mike Ashley to invest in the squad, but the reality has not been so simple.
"It's very hard for me because my Chinese is not good enough", the Toon boss added.
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