Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
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Luke Shaw 'in line for new Manchester United deal'

Luke Shaw 'in line for new Manchester United deal'

Slimani is in with the chance of making his Newcastle debut this weekend when the Magpies welcome Manchester United to St James' Park on Sunday afternoon.

United travel to Newcastle United on Sunday in second place in the Premier League.

"When Rafa Benitez phoned me, we had a chat and there was a good feeling between us". What I know of the club, it has an incredible army of fans, a city that lives for the club and supports the club. Benitez hopes such predictions come true, and has outlined how hard the challenge has been. "I don't know, I always liked English football".

"Yes, I am just on loan at the minute".

"If you say something and the other manager says something and you win the game, the assumption is that you are winning the mind games".

"He has been, for a few months, free of minor injuries that can stop [a player's] evolution and I'm really happy [with him]".

Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho met the media a few hours ago to preview tomorrow's match at Newcastle United F.C.

"[Rafa] Benitez has a lot of experience and will be important on a psychological level".

'Do you think a club that is trying to attract the best players is the club that is open to sell the best players?

"I know Shaw since he arrived in the Premier League with Southampton and I know his potential, his quality.Could he come in my direction in the way I like players to be, not just on the pitch but also during the training week? This is a different game".

Having his sort of presence in the final third is what Benitez has been searching for, although he is not promising that Newcastle will start defensively against Manchester United - like they did against Manchester City at St James' on Boxing Day.

"I am serious", says Mourinho. Why would I be scared? "We're not a defensive team, we are a team that has to defend". "[Ciaran] Clark is training after his knee problem", the Chronicle report.

Two assists to his name in the campaign so far - Perez has a significant role to play in the remainder of the season being one those key players for Newcastle United and Rafa Benitez in terms of going forward - where they have lacked urgency and creativity often. He is doing well. We scored a goal and we were quite well organised, and then we made a couple of mistakes and we conceded two goals.

"He could be the X-factor that keeps them up".

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