Newcastle signings since the takeover of an investment group led by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund (PIF) have seen massive growth.
An English professional football team named Newcastle United Football Club is situated in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear.
The Premier League, the top division of the English football league system, is where the team participates.
By combining Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End, the club was established in 1892.
The team plays its home games at St James’ Park in Newcastle’s city center.
The stadium was altered in the middle of the 1990s, and it now has a capacity of 52,305 as a result of the Taylor Report’s recommendation that all Premier League clubs have all-seat stadiums.
As of May 2022, the club has spent 90 seasons in the Premier League, having been a part of the league for all but three seasons of its existence.
Since joining the Football League in 1893, the team has never finished lower than the second division of English football.
Newcastle United has been particularly active in the transfer market since Mike Ashley’s 14-year ownership of the team was terminated in October 2021 by a Saudi-led group.
Eddie Howe has the support of the Public Investment Fund (PIF), which has given him permission to spend more than £200 million on new hires in 2022.
Since then, Newcastle has improved greatly on the field and has transformed from a team that was likely to be relegated to one that now appears capable of challenging for the Premier League title.
Newcastle Signings: Confirmed Deals
We summarize Newcastle’s completed transactions as well as the players who have been linked to transfers into and out of St. James’ Park as the January 2023 transfer window gradually wind down.
- Bruno Guimaraes, Lyon.
- Kieran Trippier, Atletico Madrid.
- Nick Pope, Burnley.
- Dan Burn, Brighton & Hove Albion.
- Sven Botman, Lille.
- Alexander Isak, Real Sociedad.
- Matt Targett, Aston Villa.
- Chris Wood, Burnley.
- Garang Kuol, Central Coast Mariners.
- Loris Karius, Liverpool.
Players Linked To Newcastle United
James Maddison – Despite Leicester City having previously turned down at least one specific offer, Maddison may yet move to Newcastle United before the January transfer deadline on Tuesday.
Anthony Gordon – After Anthony Gordon missed training for a third day, Everton is anticipated to lower their asking price for the forward.
Hakim Ziyech – Although Newcastle United is certain they can acquire Anthony Gordon from Everton, they also want Ziyech.
Matheus Franca – Matheus Franca, a teenager from Flamengo, is being courted by Newcastle.
Dominic Calvert Lewin – Dominic Calvert-Lewin of Everton is a striker who Newcastle is considering landing for £35 million.
Edouard Michut – PSG has been approached regarding the possibility of Newcastle and RB Leipzig acquiring Michut this summer.
Moussa Diaby – New inquiries have been made by Newcastle over Bayer Leverkusen sensation Diaby.
Conor Gallagher – Despite inquiries from Southampton, Everton, Crystal Palace, Newcastle, and Nottingham Forest, Chelsea midfielder Gallagher has no desire to quit the team.
Victor Osimhen – According to rumors, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Newcastle would compete to capture Napoli star Osimhen.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Milinkovic-Savic appears to be on his way to Newcastle from Arsenal.
Ruben Neves – Neves, a midfielder for Wolves, is being watched by Newcastle, who are interested in him.
A few other Transfer targets are:
- Ivan Fresneda
- Alejandro Balde
- Ben Brereton Diaz
- Hirving Lozano
- Moises Caicedo and Youri Tielemans
- Rory MacLeod
- Azzedine Ounahi
- Marcus Thuram
- Adrien Rabiot
Confirmed Newcastle Exits
Daniel Langley – Spennymoor Town, loan
Garang Kuol – Hearts, loan
Chris Wood – Nottingham Forest, initial loan