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Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez says he is not intending to sell star midfielders Moussa Sissoko or Georginio Wijnaldum, with reportedly no bids on the table for either player. Wijnaldum is currently training with the Magpies squad at Maynooth, just outside Dublin, while Sissoko has been given time off after being involved with the France squad which reached the final of Euro 2016. Dutchman Wijnaldum has been valued at around £27m, although Benitez is adamant he is not interested in talking cash. Moussa Sissoko playing for France against Portugal in the final of Euro 2016 The Spaniard told Sky Sports News HQ: We want to keep them, so I will not talk about money. We want the right balance and we will make the right decision for the club.He also praised Wijnaldum who Benitez stressed is completely focused on being in good mental and physical shape going into the new campaign.Benitez added: Hes a professional. A very good player, which we know. Hes training well, which is good for him and also for the team.Ive had these situations in the past with players. Some can get disappointed, but we are a group of professionals and still they have to keep working. Georginio Wijnaldum: Newcastle want around £27m for the Dutchman Newcastle have already splashed out around £30m on five new players, with the club in talks to sign 24-year-old Blackburn defender Grant Hanley.Rovers are allegedly seeking close to £6m for the Scotsman and, talking generally about adding more players to his squad, Benitez went on: We want to sign as soon as possible. We have a plan. Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez says he is happy with his squad, but will look to add to it if the right player becomes available. We already have players with Championship experience. They know what it takes to get promotion and fight every week - and play two games a week. All we need is to bring in some players.Two players who have already left are former skipper and central defender Fabricio Coloccini, 34, who has returned home to Argentina, and Andros Townsend - a summer signing for Premier League club Crystal Palace.Newcastle open their Championship season with a trip to Craven Cottage to face Fulham on Friday, August 5, a match you can watch live on Sky Sports 1. Also See: Hanley will cost Toon £6m Sissoko wants to leave Hayden joins Magpies Newcastle fixtures Roger Clemens Jersey . The 41-year-old Northern Irishman has proved a perfect fit at Liverpool since taking over from Kenny Dalglish in the summer of 2012 and steered the team to an unexpected title challenge in the Premier League last season. Roberto Alomar Jersey . The 33-year-old defender has spent his entire career at Chelsea, scoring 57 goals in 621 appearances. He regained his regular starting place under Jose Mourinho in the season that ended at the weekend without Chelsea winning a trophy. http://www.bluejaysonline.com/blue-jays-george-bell-jersey/. TSN Hockey Insiders Pierre LeBrun and Bob McKenzie both reported Thursday that there have been ongoing trade discussions between the Oilers and Los Angeles Kings over forward Sam Gagner. Roy Halladay Jersey . The traditional pre-Masters event was halted early due to inclement weather. Harrington, who tied for first in 2003 and won in 2004, became the first three-time champion of the event. Toronto Blue Jays Jerseys . Top-seeded Djokovic swept to a 6-1, 6-3 win over 51st-ranked Roberto Bautista Agut of Spain in just 57 minutes, but fourth-seeded Federer had to see off a serious challenge from 48th-ranked Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic before coming through 6-2, 6-7 (4), 6-3.VANCOUVER - His first name is Hunter, but he protects the hunted. The B.C. Lions are hoping rookie offensive lineman Hunter Steward, slated to make his first CFL start, will be up to the task Saturday as they seek revenge for a loss earlier this season against the Montreal Alouettes. Steward, a 22-year-old Victoria, B.C., native, has taken the field for only three snaps this season, but the Lions are counting on him to help shore up their rotating left tackle spot and provide key pass protection and run-blocking. The Lions (1-2) could not handle Montreals constantly stunting defence in a one-sided July 4 loss as the Alouettes (1-2) earned their only win this season. Watch the game live on TSN, tonight at 7pm et/4pm pt. "It means a lot to me (to start)," said Steward, who played collegiately at Liberty in the U.S. "Ive wanted to play professional football for a long time. It wasnt football for my whole life, because Ive played many other sports. But Ive wanted to be a professional football player for many years now. Its come to fruition now and its exciting." But the Lions hunt for a permanent replacement for retired former all-star left tackle Ben Archibald has been less than thrilling - largely due to injuries, including one suffered by Steward early in training camp. Steward, drafted sixth overall by the Lions in 2013, will become B.Cs third different starting left tackle in four games. He faces a difficult test to perform well and stay healthy, because his backup, Jemarcus Hardrick, only joined the team recently. Ryan Cave, brought in as an emergency replacement, was released earlier this week after starting the past two games. Standing six-foot-seven and weighing 320 pounds, Steward provides plenty of brawn, but his body has proved brittle at times. He has battled his way to a starting role after suffering a sprained knee ligament in training camp and undergoing surgery to repair a torn shoulder labrum in the off-season. He said the shoulder, which required just one internal stitch, is fully healthy again, and his knee has almost reached that point. As a result, it wont be "a stretch" to step into the starting role after playing only in short-yardage situations in last weekends win over Saskatchewan. "It is only three (plays), but even just getting in there once gives you a sense of the speed (of the game)," he said. Steward and the rest of the offensive line will try to help quarterback Kevin Glenn get passes off quickly after he was intercepted twice and constantly pressured in the last meeting with the Als. Montreal held B.C. to 70 net yards in the first half of that contest and did not surrender a touchdown until the final minute. "They beat us last time, so thats added motivation," said Glenn. "You dont usually get a chance to play a team (again) this quick unless its like the Labour Day challenges - especially a team that actually beat you … Call it revenge.dddddddddddd" Glenn, who did not throw an interception against Saskatchewan, said the offensive line will play a critical role as the offence tries to penetrate Montreals defence. "It starts up front," he said. "Every team is built up front. Whether its defensive line or offensive line, its built in the trenches. And when you have guys that put out efforts like they did last week, the majority of the time you win. So thats something we want to sharpen - especially with this (Montreal) team, because this team was built on aggressiveness. So we want to match that. We want to fight aggression with aggression." But Montreal coach Tom Higgins, whose club is looking to rebound from a loss to Winnipeg, said the experience level of B.C.s offensive line wont make a difference to the Als defensive strategy. "Even if its the most veteran offensive line, were gonna put a lot of people in the blocks, were gonna come after you and were gonna see if we can cause confusion and put pressure on the quarterback," said Higgins. "If you dont tell them that its coming, they cant countermine. Its a matter of creating that illusion that you dont know where its coming from." There wasnt much doubt where B.C.s success originated last weekend in Regina. Running back Andrew Harris rushed for 138 yards and caught passes for 65 more against Saskatchewan. His combined 203 yards earned him CFL offensive and Canadian player of the week honours. Like Glenn, Harris is looking for the offensive linemen to work as one unit to help him continue to excel. "If theyre not doing the right thing, then Im not doing the right thing," said Harris. "I need to count on them and they need to count on me to make the right read." Lions coach Mike Benevides said he is not ready to "crown" a permanent new left offensive tackle yet. He wants the offensive line and all other parts of his team to continue to improve - and deliver a much better showing than in the first encounter with the Als this season. "It was an embarrassment," said Benevides. "It really hurt, because were a lot better football team than that." Notes — Lions defensive lineman Khalif Mitchell will miss the game due to an upper-body injury suffered against Saskatchewan. Brandon Jordan will take his roster spot while Jabar Westerman assumes his starting post. … Als running back Steven Lumbala is out with a concussion, missing a chance to play against his brother Rollies squad. Meanwhile, Als DB Jamaan Webb has been placed on the six-game injury list with a broken arm that required the insertion of a plate and screws. 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