NEWCASTLE - Benitez admits he has grown frustrated with the transfer business

09.08.2017 13.28 by Chiara Biondini  read 565
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Rafa Benitez admits he has grown frustrated with Newcastle's transfer business this summer, but he remains fully committed to the club."It is very hard because the prices are crazy," Benitez said. "We missed some targets at the beginning and we are paying for that, but hopefully we can find some solutions.Sometimes it is not about you want, it is about what you need and what you can afford now.I am not happy [with transfer dealings] but for me it is a challenge. I want to do my best. Every manager wants to improve and have better players.At the same time, I am happy with the players I have because the team spirit was good last season and hopefully we can replicate that."

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