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Kemen hopes for Newcastle move

Metz striker Olivier Kemen says he is keen on a switch to Newcastle United following rumours about a move to Tyneside.

Last Updated: 18/06/13 at 15:19 Post Comment

Newcastle United: Olivier Kemen says he is keen on a switch to St James' Par

Newcastle United: Olivier Kemen says he is keen on a switch to St James' Par

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Reports have suggested that the 17-year old will sign a four-year deal with the Magpies, becoming the 11th Frenchman in Alan Pardew's squad.

Kemen is capped by France at Under-19s level and he says he will make the move to St James' Park providing talks between the two clubs run smoothly.

"Newcastle is a big team and they look after young players. If they agree everything with Metz, I will join them," he told Sky Sports.

"There are some good French speaking people there so I can settle there fine on the guidance of everyone there."

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