Sport Anderlecht label Newcastle 'stiff' over Sels deal

18:45  16 may  2018
18:45  16 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

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According to reports from Belgian outlet DH (h/t The Chronicle, live blog: 9:40 am), Belgian club Anderlecht are looking to complete the signing of Matz Sels from Newcastle United on a permanent basis in the summer transfer window.

With Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez on the lookout for new shot-stoppers in the summer, and with a deal in place to sign Martin Dubravka permanently, it appears there is no room for Sels at St James’ Park. Fortunately, the 26-year-old has done more than enough at Anderlecht to convince the reigning

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Newcastle United goalkeeper Matz Sels is on the verge of joining Belgium club Anderlecht on a permanent deal but there are problems between the two club’s negotiations.

According to Het Laatste Nieuws, The Magpies have set a price tag of €4m, which Anderlecht believe to be too much with the price tag now becoming a problem between the two sides.

The 26-year-old goalkeeper joined Newcastle in 2016 for £6.5 million from Gent but has since failed to make himself a regular in the starting 11.

Sels spent the 2017/18 season on loan at Anderlecht, impressing during his 36 appearances for the Belgian side.

Anderlecht believe Newcastle are being ‘stiff’ as they try to haggle the price down, but Newcastle are determined to recoup as much of the £6.5million that Sels cost them as possible.

Reports say that Sels is prepared to take a pay cut to join the Belgian club and wants to sign a five-year deal.

International capped duo linked with summer Newcastle moves .
Newcastle United are interested in signing defender Craig Dawson and striker Fernando Torres as they look to build their squad ahead of next season, according to Chronicle Live. West Brom have been relegated to the Championship which has opened the door for Newcastle to make a move for Dawson, but it’s thought it will take £15 million to land the player. Although his side have largely struggled this season, Dawson has impressed, making 31 appearances scoring two goals in that time. Dawson has two years left to run on his current deal and doesn’t have a release clause in his deal, which means that it may prove tough to get this one over the line. There could also be a move for Spanish striker Fernando Torres with current boss Rafa Benitez open to a move with his former player. Newcastle have confirmed their Premier League status for next season and it’s thought the player is keen on a move back to the Premier League.

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