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If it happened, he wouldn't, would he?

 

Newcastle's Owen linked with cut-price Liverpool return

 

Liverpool are being linked with Newcastle United striker Michael Owen.

 

The News of the World says Owen is still fighting to overcome a knee injury that required two ops and is unlikely to play a competitive game this term.

 

With the Geordies stuck in a survival battle near the foot of the Premiership, the prospect of them losing their ?16m striker, 26, is looming.

 

That could open the way for the England star to make an emotional return to his old club Liverpool.

 

If relegated, Newcastle would be unable to keep Owen because of the player's £120,000-a-week wages.

 

They might be forced to accept a knockdown price of around £6m - which will alert the Kop and other clubs.

 

Of course he would.

 

 

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Guest Ridzuan

Cant blame him if he decides to go to be honest.A player like him should play in the Premiership and not the Championship.However,I still remember him saying that he will stay with us for 4 years when he was introduce to the Geordies and he promised that he will score a lot of goals and I hope he will honour that promise.

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There will be an exodus of ALL decent players if the club is relegated - anyone who thinks differently is dreaming. Owen would be off like a shot, and who would blame him?

Also gone would be Parker, Milner, N'Zogbia , Emre(no loss), Luque(ditto), Given - maybe even Taylor if anyone sees his potential as worth buying.As for Martins, would probably go at a big loss to the club.

Relegation is going to provide a big wake-up call to all fans who haven't seen either what happens afterwards, or the type of football you will witness.

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If it happened, he wouldn't, would he?

 

Newcastle's Owen linked with cut-price Liverpool return

 

Liverpool are being linked with Newcastle United striker Michael Owen.

 

The News of the World says Owen is still fighting to overcome a knee injury that required two ops and is unlikely to play a competitive game this term.

 

With the Geordies stuck in a survival battle near the foot of the Premiership, the prospect of them losing their ?16m striker, 26, is looming.

 

That could open the way for the England star to make an emotional return to his old club Liverpool.

 

If relegated, Newcastle would be unable to keep Owen because of the player's £120,000-a-week wages.

 

They might be forced to accept a knockdown price of around £6m - which will alert the Kop and other clubs.

 

Of course he would.

 

 

 

And so it shall come to pass. Watch and learn. Watch and learn...

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