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Gudelj may resist Magpies move

Newcastle target Nemanja Gudelj is expected to stay at NAC Breda after his own father was named as the club's new boss.

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Nemanja Gudelj: Tempted to stay at NAC now his father has been appointed as mana

Nemanja Gudelj: Tempted to stay at NAC now his father has been appointed as mana

The Magpies were reportedly keen to add the 21-year-old Serbian in order to bolster their injury-hit midfield in January.

But his father Nebojsa, himself a former NAC player, has now been named as the club's manager and that looks likely to ensure the youngster stays put - for now.

"The chances that I will stay at Breda are now much higher," Gudelj told Srpski Futbal.

"My father means a lot to me. He is the most important person in my career. He is the man who made me as a footballer.

"Now, as a manager, he can do this on his own and I would like to help him. But nonetheless I still have to think about my future."

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