Can Newcastle’s huge reshuffle bag them the Premier League?

The World Cup is over and the Premier League is just weeks away, with last year’s Manchester City win still echoing in the ears of Liverpool fans everywhere. While all eyes are on the big four – Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City, a few key transfers could mean big things for Newcastle this season.

Alan Pardew has spent more than a few pennies transforming his team for the 2014/15 season, and the moves have certainly not eluded football experts. The Toon Army will be delighting bettors everywhere, who can take advantage of deposit bonuses while having a flutter on the boys. They’ve now earned themselves fantastic odds of best finishing position, and it’s largely thanks to the abundant transfers and rumoured moves that Pardew has made.


Ayoze Perez

Making his way into cooler climates this season is 20-year-old Ayoze Perez, who is transferring to Newcastle United from Tenerife. Despite his age, the striker has shown tremendous potential during his time in Spain, scoring 16 goals in 34 league games last season. Perez recently debuted at Boundary Park for the team and proved just why Pardew paid £1.6 million for such young blood.

Siem De Jong

Pardew would surely have been rubbing his hands after seeing newly transferred Siem De Jong’s latest performance. The 25-year-old scored a fantastic goal against Oldham Athletic in his debut match. While the team actually lost 2-1 to Oldham, it was a fantastic moment for De Jong, who had a strike from outside the box early in the first half. With 45 goals in 158 Ligue 1 appearances, De Jong was a worthy investment for Newcastle.

Remy Cabella

Signing a World Cup player will surely be a good move for The Magpies as they take Remy Cabella on board. Though he did not play in Brazil, the 24-year-old was on the French squad, having spent his whole football career at Montpellier. The attacking midfielder will be a great asset to Newcastle, thanks to what Alan Pardew describes as “talent, energy and quality.”

Jack Colback

Making his debut with Siem De Jong against Oldham, Colback has also impressed the Newcastle manager thus far in preparation for the Premier League. The 24-year-old central midfielder was signed in June after agreeing to a £50,000 a week fee, and Pardew was quoted as saying he thought Colback was “terrific” on the field.

 With Netherlands right back Daryl Janmaat joining the team, we could see some surprise results from Newcastle United this summer.

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