Bruno Guimaraes Joins Newcastle From French Side Lyon According to Transfer Expert Fabrizio Romano

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Bruno Guimaraes has completed his transfer from OL to Newcastle. In Belo Horizonte, papers have been signed with the club director and his representatives.

Bruno Guimaraes Joins Newcastle From French Side Lyon According to Transfer Expert Fabrizio Romano

Medical exams were conducted in two sessions, one yesterday and the other this morning. Contract is valid through 2026. Fee: €40 million + €2 million in add-ons.

The add-ons for Bruno Guimares’ contract will be €8 million, not €2 million, as previously stated – contract 2026 confirmed. After all paperwork is completed between teams tonight, an official announcement will be made.

Bruno has already signed his contract, which was completed this afternoon. Newcastle managed to get Kieran Trippier and Chris Wood across the line, but then there was a gap.

There were a few setbacks along the road, to be sure. However, it seems that Newcastle has finally completed the Guimaraes transfer.

Romano claims that all parties involved signed the necessary documents in Belo Horizonte. Guimaraes’ medical was apparently done in two sessions – yesterday and this morning.

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According to Romano, Newcastle will pay 40 million euros (£33.2 million) plus 2 million euros (£1.7 million) in add-ons.

Guimaraes, meanwhile, is said to have signed a deal with Newcastle until 2026.

What is Bruno Guimaraes Bringing to Newcastle?

Guimaraes has 25 appearances for Lyon in all competitions this season, with six assists.

Bruno Guimaraes Joins Newcastle From French Side Lyon According to Transfer Expert Fabrizio Romano

He has also represented Brazil on three occasions.

Sky Sports’ Anton Toloui recently provided an in-depth analysis of Guimaraes’ quality and qualifications.

He described Bruno Guimaraes as a “deep-lying midfielder who is technically talented, an outstanding passer, and has brilliant ball retention.”

“There aren’t many players who are better at holding the ball and passing it forward.”

He’s also an extremely hard worker, which is a really unappreciated aspect of his game.”

“For example, this season at Lyon, he’s covered more territory each game than any other player on the team, demonstrating that he puts in the effort.”

“At Lyon, he’s playing his greatest football of his career, and he’s another player who has grown year after year.”

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