Newcastle UnitedNewcastle United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 29 Aug 21:19
Newcastle agree deal to sign Christian Atsu as Rafael Benitez also lines up move for Callum McManaman
Chelsea winger Christian Atsu is joining Newcastle United on a season-long loan while Rafael Benitez is also keen on signing West Brom's Callum McManaman and Kelechi Anya of Watford.Newcastle United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 29 Aug 20:29
Cheick Tiote sees move to Galatasaray fall through as Turkish outfit claim Newcastle man failed medical
The 30-year-old Ivory Coast international flew out on Sunday to complete the move despite rival interest from Burnley and Olympiacos. Cheick Tiote arrived in Istanbul at 3pm to meet officials.ESPN FC - Newcastle United News 29 Aug 19:31
Chelsea winger Christian Atsu has spent the past three season on loan. Newcastle have agreed a deal with Chelsea to sign winger Christian Atsu on loan, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. As reported by ESPN FC last week Newcastle had lined up a move for Atsu as they looked to bolster their attacking options before the close of the transfer window. The two clubs have now agreed a season-long loan deal for the Ghana international with a view to a permanent deal, and the player has been given permission to travel to Tyneside to undergo a medical. The ESPN FC panel discuss DeAndre Yedlin's reported move to Newcastle from Tottenham. ESPN FC's Alison Bender and Steve Nicol evaluate the latest transfer rumours, including a potential move to Real for Moussa Sissoko. Atsu,...Newcastle United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Aug 23:54
Newcastle sign Achraf Lazaar from Palermo and Daryl Murphy from Ipswich as club look to bounce straight back up to Premier League
Murphy, 33, arrives at St James' Park on a two-year contract from Sky Bet Championship rivals Ipswich, while Moroccan 24-year-old Lazaar has agreed a five-year deal from Serie A side Palermo.Newcastle United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Aug 22:55
Daryl Murphy, a former Sunderland player, becomes manager Rafa Benitez's 10th summer arrival after signing a two-year contract at St James' Park.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC 28 Aug 20:23
Newcastle United sign Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy and Moraoccan defender Achraf Lazaar for undisclosed fees.ESPN FC - Newcastle United News 28 Aug 12:16
Daryl Murphy scored 67 goals during five seasons at Ipswich. Newcastle United have signed Republic of Ireland international Daryl Murphy from Championship rivals Ipswich for an undisclosed fee. Murphy, 33, a former Sunderland player, becomes manager Rafa Benitez's 10th summer arrival after signing a two-year contract at St James' Park. Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy confirmed on Saturday night that Murphy, in the last year of his deal at Portman Road, had handed in a transfer request. "I'm absolutely delighted to get it over the line and really looking forward...Newcastle United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 28 Aug 08:22
Newcastle United are ready to open the bidding on Everton's Â£20million-rated midfielder James McCarthy. Leicester, Sunderland and Crystal Palace have also expressed interest.ESPN FC - Newcastle United News 27 Aug 20:55
Newcastle United Brighton & Hove Albion 2 0 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Newcastle moved up to fourth in the Sky Bet Championship with a 2-0 victory that brought an end to Brighton's six-month unbeaten run.The Seagulls had not lost in the league, excluding May's play-offs, since February but could not prevent the Magpies from making it three wins in a row to help forget about starting the campaign with two defeats.Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles put Rafael Benitez's side in front after quarter of an hour with a powerful header before Jonjo Shelvey added the crucial...Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC 27 Aug 20:25
Newcastle United make it three straight Championship wins to end Brighton's unbeaten start to the season.Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC 26 Aug 18:33
Coventry City re-sign midfielder Gael Bigirimana from Newcastle United on a deal until the end of the season.ESPN FC - Newcastle United News 26 Aug 18:02
The ESPN FC crew answer your tweets on Chelsea's formation and the coach or player they would have liked to play for or with. ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Mark Donaldson assess how Antonio Conte will utilize Chelsea's back line this season. Antonio Conte stresses how important Diego Costa is to Chelsea's success this season. Antonio Conte praises Chelsea for their continued commitment from all members of his squad. Newcastle are in talks with Chelsea over a loan deal for winger Christian Atsu, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC. Atsu, 24, joined Chelsea from Porto in 2013 but has spent the last three seasons out on loan after seeing his first-team chances limited at Stamford Bridge. Talks are at an advanced stage between both clubs and the loan deal will be with a view to a permanent deal if Newcastle win promotion back to the Premier League this season, sources said. The Ghana international endured...Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC 26 Aug 11:33
Defender and academy graduate Jamie Sterry signs a new four-year deal with Championship club Newcastle United.ESPN FC - Newcastle United News 25 Aug 22:15
Tim Krul will play for Ajax on loan from Newcastle this season. Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul has signed a one-year contract extension with the Magpies -- and joined Ajax on loan until the end of the season. The 28-year-old committed his future to the Championship side until the summer of 2018 but will spend at least half that time in his homeland with the Dutch giants. Ajax moved to land Krul following the departure of Jasper Cillessen earlier in the day to Barcelona, who in turn lost Claudio Bravo to Manchester City. Krul, who has won eight caps for Netherlands...Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Newcastle United | BBC 25 Aug 21:36
Tim Krul signs a new one-year deal with Newcastle United, then moves to Ajax on a season-long loan on the same day.Newcastle United – teamtalk.com 24 Aug 19:05
Championship club Newcastle United have completed the signing ofÂ Tottenham right-backÂ DeAndre Yedlin on a five-year deal.
The 23-year-old, who made 25 appearances for Sunderland during a season-long loan spell last term, has joined the Magpies for an undisclosed fee.
The former Seattle Sounders man will fill the void created by the departure of Daryl Janmaat, who moved to Premier League outfit Watford earlier on Wednesday.
Yedlin told Newcastle’s official website: “Newcastle is such a big and historic club, and I’m excited to have the honour of playing for them. Hopefully I can do great things here.
“I’m excited to learn under Rafa Benitez as well.
“I can’t wait to get started.”
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez added: “We have known for a little while of Watford’s interest in Daryl Janmaat, so it was important for us to bring in a replacement immediately.
“In DeAndre we have a player who knows English football well. He has good experience, an attacking mentality, ability and great pace.
“I think he can do really well for us and will give us good competition on the right.”
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Watford have signed defender Daryl Janmaat from Championship side Newcastle for an undisclosed fee, the club has announced.
Holland international Janmaat, who joined Newcastle in July 2014 from Feyenoord, has signed a four-year contract at Vicarage Road. The fee is believed to be around Â£7.5million.
The 27-year-old said in quotes reported on watfordfc.com: “I’m really happy to be here, it’s a new adventure for me. I was really pleased that Watford showed interest in me because I wanted to play in the Premier League.
“We [Newcastle] lost three times to Watford last season. They had a good season and I hope we can do the same again this year.
“The club is showing great ambition and wants to improve and I want to be part of that.”
Janmaat made 77 appearances in all competitions for Newcastle, scoring four goals. His final outing for the Magpies came in a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Huddersfield Town earlier this month.
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Daryl Janmaat will undergo a medical at Watford, while Newcastle will replace the defender with Tottenham’s DeAndre Yedlin.
Holland international Janmaat has made two appearances in the Championship for the Magpies the season, in the defeats to Fulham and Huddersfield.
Newcastle have accepted a bid of Â£7.5million from Watford for Janmaat, who joined Newcastle in a Â£5million move from Feyenoord two years ago.
RafelÂ Benitez is set to replace the 27-year-old with Tottenham right-back Yedlin, who spent last season on loan at Sunderland.
Yedlin, 23,Â arrived in Newcastle on Tuesday to complete aÂ Â£5million move to St Jamesâ€™ Park.
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Predict how much will be spent by Premier League clubs in the summer transfer window for a chance to win some fantastic prizes.
TEAMtalk have teamed up with Sky Community to offer readers the chance to win a beer fridge, aÂ football shirt and a football, courtesy of Sky.Â Simply guess how much will be spent in the Premier League summer transfer window for a chance to claim one of these prizes.
The 2016 summer transfer window has already been notable for the world-record transfer of Paul Pogba from Juventus to Manchester United for whopping Â£89.25million. Just think you could have seven or eight Pogba’s or buy Liverpool Football club, according to estimates over the weekend.
Despite summer cumulative transfer spending rising in the last four years, there are no guarantees this time around that theÂ current total of Â£791million will top last summer’s record Â£870million total.
Clubs went big and quickly, spending well over Â£100million more on new players in the first week of this year’s summer transfer window than they had at the same point last season, despite purchasing fewer players. But since then spending has slowed down and the likes of new boys Hull City are yet to spend a penny.
Premier League clubs broke the summer spending record last summer, up four per cent from the previous year withÂ Manchester City the biggest spenders, splashing outÂ Â£160m for new talent – a record for a single club.Â City have though topped that again this term with a new manager at the helm in Pep Guardiola, and they look set to add to their current Â£165million summer spend with the addition of a new goalkeeper before the 11pm deadline on Wednesday, August 31
Their quieter rivals from across the city, Manchester United, also have a new man in charge and Jose Mourinho has been flexing his muscle in the market with a spend of Â£157million to date. That figure could also rise with Mourinho looking at adding a defender to the star quartet he has already brought in at Old Trafford.
Sadio Mane has followed the well-trodden path from Southampton to Liverpool for a fee of Â£35million to help Liverpool to a spend of Â£65million, but they look in desperate need of a left-back to replace the ticking time-bomb that is Alberto Moreno. The Anfield club’s requirement is widely-known though, despite Jurgen Klopp’s attempts to convince us otherwise and his desire for the window to close, butÂ they may have to spend big to add defensive reinforcements.
The champions Leicester City have been modest in their acquisitions with just Â£37million being forked out to swell their ranks. Ahmed Musa at Â£16.5million is their biggest signing of the summer and he has shown already that he looks a perfect fit alongside Jamie Vardy and co.
Arsenal spent in excess of Â£30million earlier in the summer of Granit Xhaka to see their spending at just over the Â£44million, but there’s almost certainly set to be one more new arrival before the deadline. Gunners’ fans are calling for more new signings, but Arsene Wenger has a firm grip on the purse strings at The Emirates and multiple signings are not likely.
Their London rivals and last season’s fallen champions, Chelsea, have forked out Â£63.5million with new gaffer Antonio Conte spending half of that on Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi. The Italian tactician could yet add to that with a new centre-back with Blues fans praying for big-money move for Giorgio Chiellini.
Everton, Sunderland and West BromÂ are looking for bodies in all positions, while West Ham need a striker or two and Tottenham want a winger.
All in all we could be primed for an exciting countdown to the deadline.
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Jurgen Klopp could have two key players back fit, while the absence of Hugo Lloris and Joe Hart dominates Spurs’ and Man City’s pre-match headlines.
Manchester United v Southampton
Old Trafford, 8pm
Jose Mourinho could hand Paul Pogba his first appearance since his world-record transfer to Manchester United was completed when Southampton visit Old Trafford.
Despite only training for 11 days, Mourinho is confident Pogba is fit enough to feature, even if the Portuguese doubts he will be able to complete 90 minutes.
Mourinho confirmed that Jesse Lingard, who was not in the squad at Bournemouth, is free of injury while Chris Smalling returns from suspension.
Ryan Bertrand remains sidelined with knee trouble for Southampton.Â The 27-year-old full-back missed the season-opening 1-1 draw with Watford last weekend and is still not ready to return.
Saints have no fresh injury concerns elsewhere, with boss Claude Puel weighing up whether to start Jose Fonte at centre-back.
Stoke City v Manchester City
bet365 Stadium, 12:30pm
Xherdan Shaqiri is doubtful for Stoke as they entertain Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City at the bet365 Stadium.
The Swiss playmaker is still struggling with an ankle problem he sustained in pre-season and will be assessed on Friday, though Mark Hughes confirmed Marko Arnautovic, who scored twice against City in this fixture last term, is fine despite a thigh injury.
Goalkeeper Shay Given, 40, will likely deputise for Jack Butland (ankle) once more and Glen Johnson (quadriceps) is also out along with Stephen Ireland (broken leg) and Ibrahim Afellay (knee).
Focus remains on Joe Hart’s position as Manchester City travel to Stoke.
Hart has been left on the bench for City’s opening two matches of the season with Willy Caballero preferred but manager Pep Guardiola insists the England goalkeeper remains in contention.
Right-back Bacary Sagna could be doubtful due to a “little problem” while captain Vincent Kompany (thigh) and new midfielders Leroy Sane (hamstring) and Ilkay Gundogan (knee) remain on the sidelines.
Burnley v Liverpool
Turf Moor, 3pm
Record signing Steven Defour could make his Burnley bow against Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday.
The 46-cap Belgium international moved to east Lancashire for Â£7.5million earlier this week and he may replace David Jones in the line-up after the latter joined Sheffield Wednesday.
On-loan full-back Jon Flanagan cannot feature against his parent club, though he is still working on his fitness anyway, while Ashley Barnes’ hamstring will keep him out again.
Striker Daniel Sturridge and midfielder James Milner are in contention for LiverpoolÂ after returning to training this week.
The pair missed last week’s win at Arsenal with hip and ankle problems respectively but have recovered, although forward Sadio Mane is a doubt after sustaining a shoulder injury in training.
Defender Joel Matip and Lucas Leiva (hamstring) have also rejoined the group while fellow midfielder Emre Can is pushing for a start after a substitute appearance at the Emirates.
Swansea v Hull
Liberty Stadium, 3pm
Jack Cork will take over the Swansea captaincy for Hull’s Premier League visit if Leon Britton fails to recover from illness.
Gylfi Sigurdsson is a potential starter after his Euro 2016 exploits – the Iceland playmaker came off the bench in the opening day 1-0 win at Burnley – and South Korean Ki Sung-yueng is likely to be involved after his own international and military service over the summer.
But Wales defender Neil Taylor is again omitted to build up his fitness after the Euros, while club record Â£15.5m signing Borja Baston misses out on making his debut after picking up a leg muscle injury in training.
Hull caretaker manager Mike Phelan will decide whether to select Harry Maguire against Swansea to help ease his defensive crisis.
Maguire returned to training in midweek but Phelan has indicated he could keep him in cotton wool for the trip after Jake Livermore filled in confidently in central defence against Leicester.
Allan McGregor (back), Alex Bruce (Achilles), Moses Odubajo (knee) and Michael Dawson (knee) all remain on the long-term injury list.
Tottenham v Crystal Palace
White Hart Lane, 3pm
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris will miss Saturday’s game at home to Crystal Palace with a hamstring injury.
Michel Vorm will replace Lloris, who came off in the first half against Everton last weekend and is expected to be out for around four weeks.
Son Heung-min has returned from the Olympic Games following South Korea’s defeat to Honduras and will be assessed on Friday. Moussa Dembele remains suspended.
Alan Pardew is expected to recall Yohan Cabaye to Crystal Palace’s starting XI.
Cabaye was a substitute in last week’s 1-0 home defeat by West Brom, but alongside fellow midfielders James McArthur and Jordon Mutch and new defender James Tomkins, is considered to be sufficiently match fit to start.
Christian Benteke’s proposed transfer from Liverpool is set to be confirmed on Friday but not in time for him to feature at White Hart Lane. Pardew is without Yannick Bolasie and Mile Jedinak, who were both sold during the past week.
Watford v Chelsea
Vicarage Road, 3pm
Watford go into Saturday’s Premier League clash against Chelsea with no new injury worries.
Summer signings Isaac Success and Brice Dja Djedje continue to struggle with foot and leg injuries respectively, while midfielder Ben Watson will begin the first game of his three-match suspension after being sent off during Watford’s 1-1 draw at Southampton last weekend.
Sunderland defender Younes Kaboul and Juventus midfielder Robert Pereyra are both having medicals at the club and awaiting confirmation of their moves before being available to play for Walter Mazzarri’s side.
Chelsea have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s trip to Watford.
Juan Cuadrado could be omitted from the squad again despite training on Friday, with Juventus still attempting to force a transfer for the Colombia forward.
Kurt Zouma remains sidelined with long-term knee trouble.
West Brom v Everton
The Hawthorns, 3pm
Winger Yannick Bolasie is set to make his Everton debut following his move from Crystal Palace this week.
Boss Ronald Koeman will make late calls about whether centre-back Ashley Williams has built up sufficient fitness to make his Toffees bow at the Hawthorns and if Romelu Lukaku is fit enough to be involved, the striker having returned to training on Thursday after a heel injury.
Full-back Seamus Coleman is facing another two weeks at least on the sidelines with his ankle problem.
James Morrison is fully fit for West Brom after making his return from injury in the 1-0 win at Crystal Palace last week.
The midfielder suffered a hamstring problem in January but was a late substitute at Selhurst Park and is available again for Saturday’s encounter.
Chris Brunt remains out with a serious knee injury which forced him to miss Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 campaign but is expected to return to full training in September.
Leicester City v Arsenal
King Power Stadium, 5:30pm
Robert Huth returns to the Leicester squad to face Arsenal on Saturday after completing his three-match ban.
The defender is available following a violent conduct charge after a tangle with Marouane Fellaini at Manchester United at the end of last season.
Jeff Schlupp remains available for boss Claudio Ranieri despite interest from West Brom and the defender being left out of the squad for last week’s 2-1 opening day defeat at Hull. Gokhan Inler and Ritchie de Laet will not be included in the squad having been told they can leave the Foxes.
Sunderland v Middlesbrough
Stadium of Light, 1:30pm
Sunderland boss David Moyes will be without central defenders Lamine Kone and Younes Kaboul for Sunday’s first home game of the season against Middlesbrough.
Kone is out with a back problem with his future on Wearside still uncertain, while Watford have been given permission to speak to Kaboul after the two clubs agreed a fee for his sale.
Fabio Borini is a doubt with a toe problem, while fellow midfielder Lee Cattermole could be out of action for up to six weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a double hernia and Billy Jones (hip), Jan Kirchhoff (hamstring) and Sebastian Larsson (knee) are all still out, although Steven Pienaar could be involved after signing a one-year deal.
Middlesbrough defender Daniel Ayala could make an unexpected return to contention for Sunday’s Wear-Tees derby clash at Sunderland.
Centre-half Ayala was thought to be some distance from a return to action after being ruled out of all Boro’s pre-season games with an ankle injury – which forced him to sit out the opening-day home draw against Stoke – and boss Aitor Karanka must decide whether to pitch him straight into action.
Skipper Grant Leadbitter is still working his way back from a hernia operation and fellow midfielder Marten de Roon will be sidelined for two weeks after sustaining a hamstring strain against Stoke. Bernardo Espinosa (knee) and James Husband (shoulder) are still out.
West Ham v Bournemouth
London Stadium, 4pm
Slaven Bilic is likely to once again shuffle his pack as West Ham host Bournemouth.
The Hammers boss made a number of changes for Thursday’s Europa League play-off draw against Astra but could hand the likes of Dimitri Payet their first starts of the season.
Aaron Cresswell and Manuel Lanzini (both knee) are missing while Andre Ayew could miss four months with a thigh injury and Diafra Sakho (back) and Sofiane Feghouli (hamstring) are also absent.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is expected to retain much of the team that lost to Manchester United.
Howe refused to be disheartened by their 3-1 home defeat, believing the game to have been “even”.
He remains without the injured Junior Stanislas, owing to a groin injury, while Tyrone Mings is not expected to return until September.
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