Sport Trabzonspor bid £7m for Newcastle forward Papiss Cisse

Toon may consider selling Cisse after De Jong capture

Newcastle have moved to replace Yohan Cabaye by making an offer for Lyon midfielder Clement Grenier
Luuk de Jong is on his way to Newcastle ahead of a medical as he closes on a move from Borussia Monchengladbach

Transfer news: Newcastle set to quickly reinvest Yohan Cabaye money into deal for Borussia Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong

The Frenchman is closing on a £23m move to PSG but the Magpies are keen to add a striker as the Bundesliga club confirm de Jong is on his way to Newcastle for a medical

Newcastle's Papiss Cisse rejects player swap role in Luuk De Jong deal

Transfer news: Newcastle's Papiss Cisse rejects player-swap role in Luuk De Jong deal

Toon suffer a set-back in their pursuit of Monchengladbach star

Borussia Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong

Transfer news: Newcastle finally close in on Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong - reports

Newcastle United director of football Joe Kinnear appears to have secured the services of Borussia Monchengladbach forward Luuk De Jong after flying to Germany to finalise a £8.5m deal.

Transfer news: Arsenal and Newcastle United to fight for Nottingham Forest youngster Jamaal Lascelles - reports

The 20-year-old has attracted Premier League interest

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Nasri was brought down by Mapu Yanga-Mbiwa in what Manuel Pellegrini described a 'direct red card'

Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott has reportedly been told that he is free to leave Manchester City on loan for the remainder of the season

Transfer news: Joleon Lescott NOT about to join West Ham, says Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini

The England international has been strongly linked with the struggling London club

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew (2-L) gestures towards Referee Mike Jones (2-R) as they leave the pitch at half time

Newcastle 0 Manchester City 2: Cheick Tiote goal was 'absolutely offside' says Manuel Pellegrini

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Transfer news: Newcastle United target Remy Cabella 'interested' in move to England but Montpellier man may not move until the summer

Montpellier man could be Newcastle's first signing of the window as Pardew is set to meet with the club's heirarchy later this week

Luuk De Jong, Netherlands

Transfer news: Newcastle United rekindle interest in signing striker Luuk de Jong from Monchengladbach

Two years after failing with a £10m bid, Newcastle return for the Dutch striker on a loan basis

Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye linked with £22m move to PSG

The France international came close to leaving St James' Park in the summer

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Beside themselves: Alan Pardew (left) does not see eye to eye with Arsène Wenger but says ‘we owe him a bit of a debt’

Alan Pardew's Frenchmen follow in fashionable footsteps of Arsene Wenger

This time last year Newcastle were in deep trouble but owner Mike Ashley dug into his pockets to find bargains overseas and it has paid rich dividends

Transfer news: Newcastle United set to take Wilfried Zaha on loan from Manchester United

Alan Pardew keen on St James' Park switch for out of favour youngster

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