Newcastle United fans are desperate to see Kenedy snapped up for £15 million.
And Magpies fans are now desperate to see the Brazilian brought to St. James’ Park over the long-term.
Absolutely. Chelsea won't use him. We will. Exactly the player we need to build on.— Simon (@LittleHenryD) March 13, 2018
I seriously doubt he is only 15m, at that price he's a steal. He's got goals and assists in him, pace, work rate, set pieces and a wicked left foot. Conte will be gone in the summer so also depends on new manager I'd say.— Brady (@BRADY1892) March 13, 2018
Definitely for that price! Doubt it will be any near 15mil in todays market tho— BLiTZ (@BLiTZ_999) March 13, 2018
15m would be a great deal, but you just know Newcastle will try and haggle over it to pay a couple of million less (when 2-3m is nothing in grand scheme of things) and we'll lose out to a rival team for him.— I hate football (@simondopp) March 13, 2018
Just not seeing NUFC doing quick timely business with Charnley there.
Not my money but £15m for him? Get him bought #nufc— SegedunumSkipLXXVII (@skipwallsend77) March 13, 2018
Buy him now. That’s a snip. He’s a quality player who Rafa has absolutely played to his strengths. Full credit to Rafa. Kenedy obviously loves it here also. Match made in heaven really.— Bobby Norris (@wonderbonzi) March 13, 2018
Definitely. Especially when you consider he has barely played any first team games. His scope to improve is massive.— Sidney Falco (@falco_sidney) March 13, 2018
Kenedy has made a wonderful start on loan at Newcastle, with his form catching the eye.
The 22-year-old has immediately been thrown into the Magpies’ starting line-up, and he has caught the eye with his performances.
Kenedy has become one of Newcastle’s major attacking influences, and opened his goalscoring account for the Magpies last weekend.
Kenedy scored twice as Newcastle beat Southampton 3-0 to improve their survival chances.
The Chelsea loanee is now sure to remain in Newcastle’s starting line-up, and he could have a big role to play as Rafael Benitez’s side look to avoid the drop.
Newcastle’s win over Southampton has pushed them up to 13th place in the Premier League table, five points above the drop zone.