Rafa Benitez 'not happy' with Newcastle's business in the transfer window

Rafa Benitez 'not happy' with Newcastle's business in the transfer window

Rafa Benitez 'not happy' with Newcastle's business in the transfer window

And Benitez, who has injury concerns over striker Dwight Gayle ahead of Newcastle's first league match at home to Tottenham on Sunday, has targeted former Deportivo La Coruna attacker Perez as a potential addition to his forward options.

I spent some time with my family in Liverpool - but that was it.

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez has reiterated his frustration at not being able to bolster his squad adequately, claiming he is "not happy" about the club's summer business so far.

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The 27-year-old has been at St James' Park since a controversial switch from Sunderland in 2014 and stayed with their club following their relegation to the Championship in 2015-16.

It has been no secret that Benitez has been frustrated with Newcastle's transfer activity, his search for a new striker looks set to continue.

"This is a very hard negotiation but if I didn't think there was a chance I would say so".

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"We missed some targets at the beginning, and I think we're paying for that".

"I'm not happy. I'm not happy with it, but, at the same time, for me, it's a challenge and I will try to do my best".

With 549 minutes and one goal for Chelsea in the Premier League in 2015/16, then only another 75 league minutes for the Blues and 15 minutes on loan at Watford last season, fair to say his career wasn't on an upward curve.

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"So I want to do my best, but obviously every manager wants to improve. But with his experience and know-how, he will set the team up to be very hard to beat". "The team spirit's quite good, and hopefully we replicate that this season". When I made a decision to stay it's because for me it's a challenge.

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