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Newcastle refuse to let captain go as Gouffran and Haïdara arrive with Sissoko next on the list

Moussa Sissoko

Newcastle spending spree continues with arrival of Moussa Sissoko

Magpies sign yet another French player

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Newcastle confirm capture of French striker Yoan Gouffran

Striker joins from Bordeaux on four-and-a-half year deal

Moussa Sissoko

Newcastle target Moussa Sissoko suspended by club amid transfer feud

Midfielder looks set to join during the current transfer window

<b>Likeliest arrival</b><br/>
After Arsene Wenger admitted that his defence needed bolstering, the Gunners are looking to express further interest in signing 23-year old <b>Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa</b> from French champions Montpellier. He has made 168 league appearances for Montpellier after making his debut in 2007 and recently earned his first cap for France. Yanga-Mbiwa has only one year remaining on his contract, so could be available for just £7m.

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa targets Champions League after joining Newcastle

Latest French signing has high hopes

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Yoann Gourcuff

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The Newcastle United captain Fabricio Coloccini, left, while Newcastle had lined up a move for defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, right

Fabricio Coloccini talks draw blank over staying with Newcastle as Alan Pardew looks abroad

Captain wants to leave during the current transfer window

Yoan Gouffran

Newcastle see bid for Bordeaux striker Yoan Gouffran rejected

Magpies seeking replacement for Demba Ba

Edinson Cavani

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Marouane Chamakh

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The Moroccan forward has failed to impress following a free transfer from Bordeaux in 2010

Zenit striker Hulk

Liverpool and Tottenham handed tough ties in the Europa League

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