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Luque holds key for viduka move!

 

25 Aug 2005

 

 

In an exclusive interview with clubcall, leading Spanish journalist Ivan Modia has revealed that Middlesbrough striker Mark Viduka recently agreed to join Deportivo La Coruna, only for the deal to break down over the transfer fee, writes Kevin Hatchard.

 

Viduka has been linked with moves to Newcastle Utd and Everton in recent weeks, but Modia has revealed the injury-hit striker nearly moved to La Liga:

 

'The Deportivo manager Joaquin Caparros wants a big striker to complete his squad, and he wants one from the Premiership.'

 

'They asked about the situation of Viduka at Middlesbrough, and he agreed to join Deportivo.'

 

'However, the two clubs couldn't agree a fee, and Viduka didn't move.'

 

Both Middlesbrough and Viduka have publicly stated they have no interest in arranging a transfer, but Modia believes that such statements are merely a smokescreen:

 

'Viduka said in public that he would never join Deportivo, but the only reason he didn't move to Spain was that Depor couldn't afford him.'

 

'They only have £1.5million to spend on a striker, and that was not enough for Viduka.'

 

However, the Galician club could receive a cash boost if they can sell star striker Albert Luque, with Newcastle United still interested in the Spanish international.

 

Modia believes that if Depor sell Luque, they could come back in for Viduka:

 

'They need to sell Luque because he's the best player and would make the most money.'

 

'Viduka is a top target, but unless Luque is sold, they can't afford anyone.'

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From a Deportivo fans site

www.riazor.org

 

NOTACIAS BREVES

Luque al Newcastle por 14 milliones de euros.

 

Translation:

 

LUQUE TO NEWCASTLE FOR 14 MILLION EUROS.

 

 

further down:

 

LA VENTA DE LUQUE AL NEWCASTLE PASA POR OWEN.

Jueves, 25 agosto a las 09:10:48

 

El madridista Michael Owen tiene la llave para el traspaso de Albert Luque al Newcastle, una operación de unos quince millones de euros. Después de que los dirigentes del club inglés aterrizasen en A Coruña para cerrar el traspaso del catalán y el acuerdo se demorase varios días, las urracas optaron por frenar las negociaciones y buscar otra alternativa.

 

Translation:

 

THE SALE OF LUQUE TO NEWCASTLE OCCURS THROUGH OWEN

 

Madrista Michael Owen holds the key for Albert Luque's transfer to Newcastle for approximately 15 million Euros, after the leaders of the English club landed in La Coruña to complete the Catalan's move. The agreement was delayed for several days, as the Magpies chose to call off negotiations and look for another alternative.

 

Quite how Owen holds the key though, I'm not sure.

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basically what they are saying is.........if newcastle don`t get owen,then they will have the money to fund a move for luque....if you read the chronicle freddy shepherd said that any deal would have to be done TODAY

 

so therefore we fly to madrid today see if owen says yes or no.....if yes then no luque and we go home with owen........if its no then we drive down the road to la coruna and complete the deal for luque.

 

thats the only way i see around that story from raizor.org.

 

:D

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basically what they are saying is.........if newcastle don`t get owen,then they will have the money to fund a move for luque....if you read the chronicle freddy shepherd said that any deal would have to be done TODAY

 

so therefore we fly to madrid today see if owen says yes or no.....if yes then no luque and we go home with owen........if its no then we drive down the road to la coruna and complete the deal for luque.

 

thats the only  way i see around that story from raizor.org.

 

:D

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And at the end of the day we all will be pleasantly surprised.

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.COM are carrying the Luque deal done story now.

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Saying it's on the Deportivo website, but I can't find it there...

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www.riazor.org

noticias breves

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I was thinking of the official one, canaldeportivo.com

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Saying it's on the Deportivo website, but I can't find it there...

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www.riazor.org

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See above... and .com have just taken it off again...

 

Maybe people would do a bit more than just babelfishing the websites.

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luque latest

 

translated to english!

 

LUQUE, EACH TIME MORE NEAR THE NEWCASTLE

 

The negotiations, that seemed broken, they have been taken up again again after the Newcastle to return to the load in the next hours. Albert Luque, forward of the Sports one of The Coruña, is each time more near putting on file for the Newcastle English, as shows the fact that this morning withdrew of the training of the blue and white team before that the remainder of its companions.

 

Sources of the Spanish club recognized that that circumstance is an "indication" that the conversations between the blue and white company and the English advance for good road, although for the moment itself has not closed the final agreement for the sale of the international Spaniard.

 

Although it seemed that the negotiations among both clubs were broken, especially after the Newcastle was interested for the forward one of the Real Madrid Michael Owen, the "magpies", with the ones that the deportivistas were faced in the semifinals of the Intertoto, they returned to the load in the last hours.

 

Luque, that was in the orbit of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Athletic of Madrid and Seville, al Sports originating in the Majorca in the summer of 2002 arrived and has contract with the club coruñés to June of 2010, with a cancellation clause of 72 million euro.

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