Alan Pardew: 'Newcastle United don't need to sell'

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew before kick-off in the match against Manchester City on March 30, 2013
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Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew insists that the club will not be forced to sell their top players during the summer.

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has insisted that the club will only sell one of their top players should they receive a bid that "blows the doors off".

Several of the club's players have been linked with a move away from St James' Park, but Pardew has revealed that the Magpies are in a strong financial position and do not need to sell any of their most prized assets.

The 51-year-old told The Chronicle: "I feel that we are in a strong position financially to hold on to our players.

"If one of our top players goes, it will be a bid that blows the doors off. That's it."

Midfielder Yohan Cabaye is the latest player to be targeted, with Paris Saint-Germain offering the former Lille player a return to France.

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew before kick-off in the match against Manchester City on March 30, 2013
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