Allenby still in contention
Hull midfielder Scott McDonald is keen to go back to the EFL for the third successive season, while fellow centre-half Michael Dawson has also been linked with a move away.
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Newcastle are also believed to have been given permission by Championship leaders Preston to speak to players as part of their £25m recruitment drive, although this has been blocked.
“I would like to be a Newcastle player and obviously our new chairman will do everything he can to help us in any way they can,” said McDowell.
“It’s still too early to make any decisions and I know things have not gone to plan at the club yet.
“I’ve never played in the Championship before so I have plenty of time to think. You always need time to figure things out, but I really, really look forward to coming to Newcastle.”
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Fellow winger Scott McDonald has been linked with a return to Celtic in the January transfer window and Scott Brown, also a West Ham target, could leave for St Mirren on Friday after failing to agree a move to the club.
Hull’s pursuit of McDonald should continue with former Manchester City player Scott Arfield and former Blackburn striker Stephen Keogh also believed to be targets.
“Obviously the club are looking to bring players in and we’re looking to add players with experience in that squad,” said Bruce.
“I’ve spoken to the players already on that – they know what we want. They know that we’ve hgospelhitzad positive things happen in terms of transfers and signings.
“I can confirm with the players, with Scott and [former Hull midfielder] Mark McNulty who will come to the club and look for a new contract that we’ll be bringing back in.
“And that’s to work더킹카지노 with the players to give them the best chance in this transfer market.
“I’m looking forward to seeing our new players – it’s going to be exciting – and I don’t think the board have given up on them.
“That’s why they’re staying but we’re also looking to try and find the right new signings to join us next season.
“We’re doing quite well in the Championship and I’m delighted we’ve made progress there. We have to do even better next seaso