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Enrique to be offered “fantastic contract” next week claims Pardew.

Posted on May 27th, 2011 | 19 Comments |

Enrique: Showdown talks next week.
Enrique: Showdown talks next week.
In a rare interview, Newcastle United manager, Alan Pardew, has claimed that Jose Enrique is about to be offered a “fantastic contract” to stay at Newcastle United. He also added that he was “still hopeful” that the player could be persuaded to remain at the club.

Speaking to Tyneside newspaper, the Evening Chronic, Pardew revealed that the latest bid to persuade the Spaniard to stay at the club will happen in the early part of next week, when the player’s representatives will meet with Newcastle United’s Lee Charnley, the man who usually deaals with player contracts and such at the club, in an attempt to thrash out a new deal. Enrique’s current contract will terminate at the end of next season, with much speculation that Liverpool have a strong interest in signing the left back. Pardew said of the upcoming showdown talks:

“We have been waiting to see his representatives, they are due here in the early part of next week.

“We are going to make Jose a very, very good offer and we are hoping he is going to accept it.

Adding a note of caution though, he then continued:

“We are realistic about Jose, because the ball is in his court on that one, not in ours.

“He will be offered a fantastic contract here, he knows that, but still it is going to be down to his decision. I am still hopeful.”

When probed on whether his departure may unsettle his “fellow foreigners”, a possible reference to his ‘Three Amigos’ relationship with Argentinaian duo, Fabricio Coloccini and Jonas Gutierrez, Pardew replied:

“Of course, but there is nothing we can do about that.

“All we can do is bring the best possible players in.”

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19 Responses

  1. WANKAS, bunch of tossas. just another load of drivel out of ashley and dekkas bum boy in order to side step the barton time bomb. when this deal falls flat on its ar5e they will turn around and say, well , we did try and we told you so. sh1theads.

  2. What a load of sh*t.. This quite clearly is another attempt to try and trick us by thinking Pardew and the board did “everything” they could to try keep him at the club.. You watch, in 6 weeks time when Liverpool have signed him this is what they will say that he wanted to leave.. That fat pr*k just wants to sell sell sell.. fukin

  3. “In a rare interview, newcastle manager alan pardew”

    :-)

    Every post should start with that line

  4. they must think we are a right bunch of mugs,to believe that doug de whit.i’m starting to think,this is why pratdew was appointed,to soft soap,spread misinformation,and talk utter bollox to keep the fans onside.the trouble is with all this guff,is you can see straight through it.alan pratdew talks more horse manure than jokeinhere ever did,and that’s saying something.
    craig chisholm,i feel your anger running through your words.i can see ashley getting a right kicking in the future,off some heed the baal.

  5. TROJAN 69 says:
    May 27, 2011 at 5:10 pm

    “i’m starting to think,this is why pratdew was appointed,to soft soap,spread misinformation,and talk utter bollox to keep the fans onside.”

    Trojan, if that was the case, then Alan Pardew was a poor choice as he has all the PR skills of Alan Partridge.

  6. I wish Alan would also speak out on other issues more often, as we seldom get to know what his opinions are in regards to the club and playing staff.

  7. Well Memorial day week-end, the official beginning of the summer season with temperatures in the high eighties.
    Gotta get out and catch some stripers, reports of fifty sixty pounders plentyfull, settle for one just over the limit, better eating !

  8. chuck says:
    May 27, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    “I wish Alan would also speak out on other issues more often,”

    There are only 24 hour in a day, Chuck.

  9. Phisix says:
    May 27, 2011 at 6:38 pm
    Pointless offering him a big fantastic contract if he does not want to be here.

    The way these contract talks are going, soon no one will want to be here.

  10. i take your point worky,but i think pratdew is only there to talk crap,and chris wasn’t forth coming enough,with torrents of bull.

  11. TROJAN 69 says:
    May 27, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    “i take your point worky,but i think pratdew is only there to talk crap,and chris wasn’t forth coming enough,with torrents of bull.”

    Trojan, I’m not saying that I necessarily disagree with you. I’ve always harboured a slight suspicion that one of the reasons they brought Pardew in because he’s much more of a ‘ducker and diver’ than Hughton, ie more like Ashley and Llambias themselves. As you probably know by know by now though, I’ve always thought that it was an awful decision from several angles.

    When they said they brought him in because he was more experienced, I have to admit that my first thought was ‘more experienced at what? Getting teams relegated and putting his foot in it?’

  12. Evidence, if ever it was needed, that Pardwho is nothing but a lap dog.

    Yesterday “I am resigned to Jose moving on”

    Today “We are going to offer a big new contract to Jose”

    He clearly doesnt have a phucking clue whats going on :)

  13. Jimbob says:

    “Pards yesterday…“There’s no point keeping a player who has set his sights on a club he has perceived is bigger.

    “You can’t keep a player that’s unmotivated.”

    Today…“We are going to make Jose a very, very good offer and we are hoping he is going to accept it.”

    I really dont get this at all”

    Soz Jimbob didnt see that post earlier but obviously great minds think alike :)

  14. I firmly believe it’s all BS.
    I think anyone with any value will be sold. All the transfer speculation is fabricated. Ashley’s exit strategy is to offload whom he can and get one more payday from the premiership.
    With past and future transfer fees, the gate receipts and the cash from the premiership he can earn around 300 million.
    He’s already netted over 100 million from last season.

  15. And when Jose declines the “fantastic offer” he will be required to submit a written transfer request, prior to being sold, so the club can say how they tried to keep him but he wanted away.
    Total horseshit. imho

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