Newcastle United defender Davide Santon completed his loan-move to Inter Milan on transfer deadline-day, but it was his girlfriend that caused most of the drama and stole most of the headlines.
It was revealed early yesterday morning that Santon was in Italy and ready to complete a six-month loan deal back to his former-club, and after the two parties agreed on terms, the deal was finalised.
Santon, who left Inter for Newcastle back in 2011, will now spend the rest of the season back at the San Siro and could possibly make the loan-move a permanent one in the summer for around £3.5million.
After the deal was announced, Santon's girlfriend Chloe Sanderson took to her Twitter account and vented her frustration about Newcastle and about how the club is run as a whole.
The tweets, that have now been deleted, were sent out to after the deal was announced and unfortunately for Sanderson were not removed in time to stop her message getting out.
However, the quotes have been screen-shot and found.
Below you can read in full what she tweeted out about the move and about Newcastle United Football Club.
Tweets In Full
Here's the message from Sanderson in full:"Just to put it out there, Davide declined Inter Milan's first offer but was pushed out by Newcastle to leave.
"Newcastle as good as told him if he stayed he didn't have a place in the team.
"They tried to deny it this morning, to keep it on the down low... so other teams wouldn't put in an offer for just a loan, because Davide would have preferred that.
"To stay in the Premier League, but Newcastle would have lost the guaranteed buy and money.
"They are a business not a club. And as long as they keep losing players with the passion Davide had they are killing NUFC and killing the support from the fans who stick around after all the s***.
"Disgusted with how Davide has been treated, fully fit for a while now with no chance to play - a club whose only intentions are to make money."
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