Rafa Benitez Has Contacted Arsene Wenger Over Possible Signing of Arsenal Striker

Rafa Benitez Has Contacted Arsene Wenger Over Possible Signing of Arsenal Striker

Rafa Benitez Has Contacted Arsene Wenger Over Possible Signing of Arsenal Striker

Representing the interested parties from the Premier League are Arsenal, Liverpool and the returning Newcastle, managed by the former Real boss Rafa Benitez.

Rafa Benitez admits he has grown frustrated with Newcastle's transfer business this summer, but he remains fully committed to the club."It is very hard because the prices are insane", Benitez said.

"When I made a decision to stay it's because for me it's a challenge", he said.

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley promised to invest "every penny" gained from promotion in the first team after the Toon Army won the Championship last season but Benitez, who has repeatedly underlined the need to bolster his squad, admitted signing players has become increasingly hard because of the inflated transfer fees that have become routine in the Premier League.

And Benitez is looking to sign more players before the transfer window closes later this month.

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"It is very hard because the prices are insane", Benitez told Sky Sports.

Benitez has now admitted that he feels that his side have not improved much on what they had available to them last season.

"I think we will try to do our best in our the market".

While expressing his disappointment at the club's transfer dealings, the Spaniard says he has no desire to walk away from St James' Park.

"I like the player because I have good friends in A Coruña", Benitez was quoted as saying by the Chronicle after the 2-0 win over Hellas Verona. When I chose to stay it's because for me it's a challenge. I have to continue sending my players the right message and giving them confidence about what we are trying to do. "It is something you cannot control but at the moment I am fully committed to do the best that I can".

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