England star Kieron Dyer will only be included in the Newcastle United line-up to take on Kitchee next month if his national team fail to reach the latter stages of Euro 2004. Kitchee's second big match of the summer is against the English Premier League giants, and even with Dyer's possible absence, there will be no shortage of stars at the Hong Kong Stadium on July 18. 'The Newcastle squad will include prolific striker Alan Shearer, as well as internationals Craig Bellamy, Gary Speed, Shay Given, Jonathan Woodgate and Lee Bowyer,' said Kitchee chief executive Ken Ng. 'Depending on England's progress in Euro 2004, Kieron Dyer may also be able to join the tour if he has had sufficient rest after the championships.' Just as they were against AC Milan last month, the local First Division side will be boosted by the presence of several guest players. 'Our coach Ricky Cheng is in Portugal right now covering Euro 2004 for a local newspaper and he has spoken to a few Portuguese players who have expressed an interest in coming to Hong Kong to play for Kitchee,' said Ng. 'We made some good decisions [in selecting players] for the Milan game and it made us a very competitive side. We will announce some names in due course.' Newcastle may also have a few surprises up their sleeve. If the club signs up any new players during the summer break, they will be included for the mini-tour of Asia. Reports have linked Patrick Kluivert, who is now in Portugal with the Dutch national team, with a move to Newcastle this summer. The visit is part of Newcastle's pre-season training programme. First stop on the trip is Bangkok, where they will play the Thai national team, and then Hong Kong, before returning home for the start of the Premier League season in August. Newcastle have already sent two representatives to Hong Kong to inspect training facilities at Siu Sai Wan. Lee Charnley, the club's assistant secretary, requested that the grass be trimmed to international standards, and that the pitch should be well watered to ensure a softer playing surface. Newcastle coach Bobby Robson said a tour was important preparation. 'A tour gives the players a chance to bond, but also gives me a chance to see what formations we want to play, and look closely at certain players' fitness, skills and attitude,' he said. 'We've heard about Kitchee and they played well against Milan. We'll be on our guard.' The match, titled The United Christian Medical Service Charity Challenge 2004/2005, will aim to raise up to $1.5 million. The Kitchee-AC Milan match raised $1.1 million for the same charity. Tickets will be on sale from June 28 via www.kitchee . com.hk or from July 4 at the Hong Kong Football Association and Hong Kong Stadium.