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Sky Sports understands a number of Premier League and Championship clubs are eyeing former Newcastle misfit Xisco.
Xisco is a surprise inclusion in Alan Pardew's Newcastle squad to take on Club Bruges in the Europa League.
Xisco is set to make his first appearance for Newcastle United in more than a year at Villa Park on Monday night.
Out of favour Newcastle forward Xisco has returned to former employers Deportivo La Coruna for a third spell.
Newcastle misfit Xisco has returned to former club Deportivo La Coruna on loan until June.
Newcastle misfit Xisco is being strongly linked with a return to Spain and Deportivo La Coruna.
Alan Pardew says there has been no contact from Middlesbrough regarding a loan deal for Xisco.
Out-of-favour Spanish striker Xisco could be set for another loan move from Newcastle.
Chris Hughton is confident that Newcastle now have the stability required to progress.
Newcastle United manager Chris Hughton is hopeful of adding to his squad this week.
Xisco has insisted he has not given up on his career at Newcastle and will fight for his place.
Chris Hughton has revealed that Spanish flop Xisco could still have a future at Newcastle.
Newcastle manager Chris Hughton is hoping Xisco can secure a permanent deal with Racing Santander.
Newcastle boss Chris Hughton has confirmed the club will look to sell Spanish misfit Xisco this summer.
Xisco has revealed that he stopped playing for Newcastle to ensure he got a move back to Spain.
Racing Santander have sealed loan deals for Newcastle forward Xisco and Barcelona defender Henrique.
Newcastle striker Xisco admits he is unsure of his future after a disappointing first season on Tyneside.
Newcastle striker Xisco has pleaded with the club's coaching staff to be a given a chance to help fire the side to safety.
Fabricio Coloccini and Xisco are adamant that they made the right moves by joining Newcastle United.
Xisco has been ruled out for up to three weeks after breaking his big toe in a reserve match with Wigan.
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