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Newcastle In Deadline-Day Move For Top Danish International

Newcastle may yet shock us all today, and rather than just moving players out of the club, we may find we have a player coming in, and it’s not one for Peter Beardsley’s Development squad either.

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Daniel Wass – 25 year-old versatile player

We have been linked today with a deadline day move for Evian’s 25 year-old Danish International full-back Daniel Wass, who can also play on the wing and in either full-back position.

And since Davide Santon has moved out on loan to Italy, it could it be that Newcastle have actually thought this one through and are bringing in a replacement for the Italian.

That would certainly shock Newcastle fans, but it could also be true.

Daniel has 11 caps for Denmark and played for every one of the Danish Youth sides, and he moved to Evian in June, 2012 from Benfica, so it looks like he’s been watched by Graham Carr and his scouting team.

Wass has played 135 times for Evian after leaving Benfica, where he never played a first team game for the Portuguese giants.

Daniel also has impressive 27 goals with 12 assist, so he is a productive player indeed.

Wass stands 5’11” tall and started his career at Brondy back in 2007, and he played 99 times for the Danish club with 10 goals and 7 assists – again a good return in goals and assists from the player.

Evian paid around £2M for him from Benfica, so he likely will not cost too much more than that to move to Newcastle United.

That’s right up Newcastle’s street, since we like to sign players for low fees and sell them for high fees – very much like what you try to do with stocks and shares to make money.

This lad could be a very decent signing for Newcastle.

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90 comments so far

  • Lilongwe Geordie

    Feb 2, 2015 at 3:56 PM

    Comment #81

    For me the inconsistency is with their delivery. I can take players not beating their man every time, but even when they do the delivery is often disappointing – isn’t helped by the general lack of people in the box, but even with very few in the box you can tell a decent delivery. Aarons falls into the category of poor delivery a lot of the time.

  • Mister Tuff

    Feb 2, 2015 at 3:57 PM

    Comment #82

    If these tweets are true about Santon it really is a disgrace. He has always said he likes it in the North East.
    But if true the suggestion is stay/refuse and you won’t play. In other words being forced out.
    This is just about identical to the Andy Caroll saga.
    Bit of a shame -if someone does not want to go elsewhere -but wants to play for the Toon -tough you are out -as there is money to be made..
    If true and I stress if true it confirms my suspicions that the finance side (acknowledging it’s just a loan at the moment) of things is vastly more important that retaining decent players who want to play for us.
    Not surprised that the ex Pro Percy brigade are denying this story and in their usual hysterical way defend the regime.

  • Lilongwe Geordie

    Feb 2, 2015 at 3:58 PM

    Comment #83

    That should say Aaron, not Aarons…. Too early to tell with Aarons. Probably shouldn’t have used his first name anyway, would have saved any confusion.

  • Belfast

    Feb 2, 2015 at 3:59 PM

    Comment #84

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  • Lilongwe Geordie

    Feb 2, 2015 at 4:00 PM

    Comment #85

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  • goommy

    Feb 2, 2015 at 4:34 PM

    Comment #86

    We will not get any CB really??

    ok time for young player to shine..

  • Lynny

    Feb 2, 2015 at 5:53 PM

    Comment #87

    You know what ? It’s a fickle world We live in isn’t it? Santons had a contract extention on the table for months on the same terms Hes on now and Hes not signed it! They’ve spoke to him about it and He said Hed review it in the summer, so Theyve shipped Him out! Fair play I’d say. He’s not improved and Hes been stalling to run his contract down!

  • Lynny

    Feb 2, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    Comment #88

    And re the Carroll situation. The club accepted a £25m bid for tiote at the same time. Ashley Spoke to Tiote who said He wanted to stay, so He stayed, so as for this forced out bollox they can kiss my arse.

  • Sav

    Feb 2, 2015 at 9:11 PM

    Comment #89

    You’d have thought Chloe ought to be delighted. Peas puddin’ for pasta and prosecco. But this all smacks of deja vu on transfer.deadline day at the Toon. Ciao Davide.

  • BoyDoneGood

    Feb 2, 2015 at 9:18 PM

    Comment #90

    “pushed out… only £££”
    Well, my heart bleeds for them. Multimillion pound career, retire in your thirties, superstar status…
    The successful clubs know when to cash in on a player. Ashley always admired Arsenal. How often do you see them fail to move a player on in his prime? 18M profit on Adebayor, 16 on Kolo Toure, 8 on Nasri, 30 on Fabregas, 21 on van Persie, that’s 93M right there in the same time scale that MA has owned Newcastle. Arsenal we ain’t, but the plan is clear and sensible, and THE BIG MONEY ENDS UP IN THE PLAYERS’ POCKETS.


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