Rafael Benitez: 'Newcastle United are working on transfers'

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Rafael Benitez: 'Newcastle United are working on transfers'

The January window is so complicated.

That's according to the BBC's Mark Lawrenson, who also admitted it's hard for Rafa this January.

Speaking last month, Benitez said: "I have confidence that Mike Ashley will deliver what we need to stay in the Premier League before January 20, to be sure that we have time to work with the new players".

"Whatever happens, we will still be missing something in certain positions and that is why we are trying to bring players in".

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"I still don't know the budget but we are working on it".

"If Rafa thinks he has it hard, then he should probably ask Carvalhal what he is thinking at the moment". "If I am waiting for players to come, and it is very hard to bring the players that you want, then you can not sell the players that are already playing and - more or less - doing well".

Benitez admitted he will not allow anyone to leave St James' Park, unless they have a replacement ready to sign.

"But we do not want to sell anyone who will add value to the team and we can not loan players if we do not have options to replace them".

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"But the others? We can not sell them because the others are already playing". We have had some people asking but nothing serious and no offers on any of our players.

"It might not be possible for the team to play as I want after just a month, what is important is that we fight to win games".

Newcastle are 13th in the division ahead of this afternoon's home game against basement club Swansea City.

"We still have some weeks to go and have to keep working and try to do our best". But we are working on a list of players and we have some names. But if they talk about loans we are not interested because we need them.

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