2019/20 Newcastle United season ticket prices revealed on Wednesday night

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The 2019/20 Newcastle United season ticket prices have been revealed on the eve of the Premier League fixtures being announced.

With so money coming in from other revenue sources, last summer the vast majority of clubs didn’t raise season ticket prices.

However, Mike Ashley raised the prices in all four stands, with some people paying as much as 20% more for 2018/19 compared to 2017/18.

Despite no certainty on who will own the club, who will manage the team and which players will/won’t be bought and sold, he is at it again.

Prices in every section have gone up and it looks like around 5% across the board.

Unless you are in the family section (and ignoring Seating Category Three which is just a very small number of seats) the starting price for adult season tickets in the Leazes and Gallowgate (Seating Category Two) is £659 for adults.

So much for Newcastle fans low prices compared to most of the rest of the Premier League.

That works out at £34.68 per match and that is committing to paying for the full season.

As for those in the East Stand (Seatin gCategory One) you are looking at £811, which is £42.68 per match.

The 2019/20 season ticket prices (in brackets the 2018/19 prices):

Family Area

£417 (£397) Adult

£340 (£324) Student and Senior Citizen

£86 (£82) Under 18s

Seating Category Three

£600 (£571) Adult

£480 (£457) Student and Senior Citizen

£174 (£166) Under 18s

Seating Category Two

£659 (£628) Adult

£536 (£510) Student and Senior Citizen

£217 (£207) Under 18s

Seating Category One

£811 (£772) Adult

£667 (£635) Student and Senior Citizen

£327 (£311) Under 18s

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Arsenal-linked Yannick Carrasco on his desire to return to Europe

Arsenal linked

Over the last few weeks, Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move for former Atletico Madrid winger, Yannick Carrasco.

The 25-year-old left Atletico Madrid in February of 2018 for Chinese outfit Dalian Yifang for a fee believed to be close to £10m.

Carrasco has since played 36 games across all competitions, scoring 14 and assisting 11.


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The Gunners will reportedly have to pay around £25m to sign Carrasco, according to the Evening Standard.

The ES also claims that Arsenal wanted to loan the winger in January but couldn’t finalise a deal.

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Carrasco looking for European return

Now, after spending around 18 months in China, Carrasco is keen to return to European football.

Speaking recently, Carrasco stated that he wants to return to Europe but it does depend on Yifang’s president.

Carrasco was also asked about which clubs are interested in him but he said he could not answer:

“The whole world knows that I want to return to Europe.

“Now, it depends on the president and I hope he finds a solution.

“I can’t speak about the club.

“Now I am not the one who chooses, but my president. He decides if he lets me go or not, but I hope I can come back.”As quoted by the Evening Standard.

The forward’s current contract runs until July of 2022.

Bayern Munich have also been linked with a move for Carrasco.

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Lewandowski Custom “Orzeł Biały” PhantomVNM Boots

Lewandowski Orzeł Biały

Check out these custom, one-of-a-kind boots created by Swithadot for Robert Lewandowski. A player built to score goals, the main inspiration for his Nike Phantom Venom design was the traditional Polish eagle – the Orzeł Biały. However, Swithadot wanted to do something fresh  – so they redesigned a mean eyed, ready to attack Orzeł Biały confidently positioned across the whole boot.

In total, the design took an incredible 30 hours per eagle to create! Completing the look, a dark red background gives the drawing additional depth and perception. Finally, two additional pieces of personalized detailing are added; his brilliant nickname of ‘Lewangoalski’, and the other a reminder of his amazingly successful run with Bayern Munich using the date – ’73W4NDOW5K1′.

Robert Lewandowski Custom PhantomVNM

Again, this is a boot design that is not readily available to buy, unless you want to order a custom pair directly from swithadot.

Robert Lewandowski Custom PhantomVNM

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Andre Gomes ‘has economic agreement’ with Everton – Mundo Deportivo

Andre Gomes closing in on Goodison stay

Andre Gomes has reportedly struck an ‘economic agreement’ with Everton ahead of a permanent transfer away from Barcelona this summer.

The Portuguese midfielder joined Everton on loan last season following the permanent transfers of Lucas Digne and Yerry Mina.

Despite having to overcome an injury before starting his season at Goodison, Gomes soon became a pivotal part of Marco Silva’s side.

The midfielder became a fan favourite, producing some pretty impressive performances.

That lead Everton to confirm their intentions to make Gomes’ loan move permanent.

However, there were clubs looking to sway Gomes.

West Ham recently bid for the midfielder according to reports, while Tottenham have been credited with an interest in the past.

Now, it looks as though Everton will still get their man despite a superior offer from West Ham.

Andre Gomes

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – JANUARY 13: Referee Anthony Taylor intervenes as Andre Gomes of Everton clashes with Bournemouth players during the Premier League match between Everton FC and AFC Bournemouth at Goodison Park on January 13, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Mark Robinson/Getty Images)

West Ham’s superior offer gets them nowhere

According to Mundo Deportivo, Andre Gomes has reached an ‘economic agreement’ with Everton.

They also reaffirm that Gomes’ preferred destination is Goodison Park despite interest from elsewhere.

The interesting section of Mundo’s report though, indicates that West Ham were actually willing to pay Barcelona more than Everton are.

Their report claims the Hammers ‘would offer between 25 and 30 million euros’, something which the Toffees are not willing to do.

However, they explain West Ham ‘has not managed to seduce the footballer.’

With that in mind, it only looks like a matter of time before Andre Gomes returns to Everton.


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Everton’s Richarlison & Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil have both made incredible donations this summer

Richarlison was one of Everton’s several successful transfers last summer.

The Brazilian joined from Watford and scored 14 goals in his first campaign.

Now, he’s in the headlines for brilliant reasons off the pitch.

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Real Sociedad Celebrate Signing Alexander Isak with a Compilation of His Best Goals (Video)

Real Sociedad have completed the signing of Alexander Isak from Borussia Dortmund. Here are some of the 19-year-old’s best strikes. ⚽ We hope you score goals like these as a txuri urdin player @alex_isak! 😌💙⚪#OngiEtorriIsak #RealSociedad pic.twitter.com/xNuOg4ktRF — Real Sociedad (@RealSociedadEN) June 12, 2019

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Ilkay Gundogan gives Manchester City future update amid Dortmund links

Gundogan’s time in Manchester

Ilkay Gundogan joined Manchester City three years ago from German outfit, Borussia Dortmund.

City are believed to have been paid around £24m for the German’s services.

Since making the switch to England Gundogan has gone on to play 114 games for the Citizens across all competitions.

In those games, Gundogan has scored 17 and assisted 17. He has also won two league titles, two League Cups, one FA Cup and one Community Shield.


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BRIGHTON, ENGLAND – MAY 12: Ilkay Gundogan of Manchester City celebrates after scoring his team’s fourth goal during the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Manchester City at American Express Community Stadium on May 12, 2019 in Brighton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Gundogan on his City future

The 28-year-old now has just over a year remaining on his current Man City deal.

Gundogan’s future in Manchester has been somewhat up in the air over the past few months.

The midfielder has even been linked with a return to his former club, Dortmund.

However, in a recent interview, Gundogan has provided a fresh update on his future, in which he claims to know nothing about any interest from Dortmund.

Gundogan also states that there will be talks with City over the summer:

“I would know about that [interest from Dortmund], I know nothing, I have not spoken to anyone.

“There will be talks in the summer and then we’ll see.

“I’m not dissatisfied with Manchester City and that’s why I would not say that I really want to leave because the club wants to extend my contract.”As quoted by the Manchester Evening News.

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