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Jan 15, 2009

Kinnear confirms £5m bid for Mbia

Newcastle United manager Joe Kinnear has confirmed the club have lodged a £5million bid for Rennes midfielder Stephane Mbia.

The Magpies have also made an enquiry over 30-year-old West Ham defender Lucas Neill as they attempt to cover for the loss of Habib Beye to an ankle injury.

Kinnear is now awaiting news of the club's firm offer for 22-year-old Cameroon international Mbia, and developments with Australian Neill.

He said: ''We have put a bid in writing for Stephane Mbia and we are waiting to hear from his club.

''We have put a bid in of £5million and we are waiting to see what the outcome of that is.''

Asked about Neill, he added: ''We have spoken to his agent and it is ongoing at the moment, we are just waiting to see. We could get an answer at any time.''

Kinnear claimed on Wednesday night that the club had made two £4million offers for unnamed players.

Wednesday saw Newcastle exit the FA Cup in a 3rd Round replay loss to Hull City in which Kinnear, along with opposite number Phil Brown, was sent to the stands after a touchline spat.

With his interest in Toulouse defender Albin Ebondo having apparently cooled, it is understood St Etienne striker Bafetimbi Gomis could now be in his sights.

Meanwhile,Geremi and his representatives are still in talks over a proposed move to Turkish club Besiktas which could further boost the manager's transfer kitty.

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