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Newcastle will snub permanent deal for Kenedy

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are set to reject the chance to sign Kenedy on a permanent basis this summer, according to the Chronicle.

The regional newspaper reports on their website that Kenedy – whose spell expires with at the end of this season – has been valued at £30 million by his parent club Chelsea, and unless the price is decreased, they will not be pursuing a permanent deal for him.

The report stated that the club’s top brass are keen to invest the money that they would have spent on him in areas of the that need improving.

OPINION

It is not a surprise in the slightest that are set to snub a permanent deal for Kenedy. After the he has had, it remains to be seen just where he will be playing next term. That being said, must be having a laugh with the £30 million that they have quoted Newcastle for his permanent signing. Seeing as he has not been a regular feature in the team recently – and when he has played, he has been abysmal – it does not make sense why are intent on slapping an eight figure fee on his head. He is not even worth half that amount of money, so it is no wonder that Newcastle have turned their noses up at it. The report says that Newcastle will consider it more if the price decreases, but that does not look likely to happen any time soon. Put it this way though, the likelihood of seeing Kenedy – who is on £25,000-a-week [Spotrac] – in a club shirt next are very slim indeed.

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