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Kuol is likely to be loaned out – sources say to a club in Portgual – once he signs for Newcastle, as he does not qualify for a UK work permit. There, Arzani says, is the rub: a team with temporary custody of a talented young player has no interest in their future beyond their short-term arrangement, and no incentive to develop them because they do not own their contract and therefore won’t see a dollar in profit on the transfer market when eventually sold.

“They’re not paying your salary, they don’t really have that much to gain if you play well, so for them they don’t really…



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