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All the latest Newcastle United transfer news as we approach transfer deadline day and the end of the January window
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Kieran Trippier has already been confirmed as the first signing of the new era at Newcastle United, with Chris Wood following as the second addition.
Bruno Guimaraes is expected to become the third new player to sign for the Magpies, with the Brazilian midfielder having passed his medical ahead of his move from Lyon.
United have been linked with numerous players, with agents keen to connect their players with the club, but the head coach has admitted they need to act fast.
We'll be across every development as it happens right here on ChronicleLive throughout the last hours, with all the breaking news right here.
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Newcastle United fans have been rejoicing on social media after the club confirmed the signing of Bruno Guimaraes from Lyon.
The Brazilian signed a four-and-a-half year deal and was announced this afternoon.
Click here for a selection of some of the best tweets celebrating the marquee signing, including this one from @nufcoliver:
After eight years we’ve finally done it We’ve finally bagged the [Yohan] Cabaye replacement.
Bruno Guimaraes is going to be playing his football at St James' Park for the second half of the season but he has sent a message of thanks and farewell to his former fans, addresing this tweet to Lyon fans:
Obrigado Lyon! Meus sinceros agradecimentos e até breve! BG39
Newcastle director and one of the co-owners of the club, Jamie Reuben has sent a tweet to welcome Bruno Guimaraes to the Newcastle 'family'.
Welcome to the @NUFC family Bruno
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has shared his delight at the club being able to secure such an exciting young talent in Bruno Guimaraes.
Before Newcastle moved for the Brazilian it was presumed that he would leave Lyon to play for a Champions League club and Howe clearly sees him as the start of the team pushing up the table from this point onwards.
He told the club's website:
Bruno is a hugely exciting talent and has been one of our primary targets so I'm delighted to secure him. He strengthens the group immediately ready for the challenge ahead.
He has been one of the standout performers in France and is a full international for Brazil so I have no doubt our supporters will really enjoy watching him. We look forward to welcoming him to the club on his return from international duty.
Here he is pictured signing his deal.
Bruno will wear the number 39 shirt at St James' Park
Looking good, @brunoog97!
Newcastle United have secured their landmark transfer of the first transfer window under their new ownership as they have compelted the signing of Brazilian international midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.
How excited are you, Magpies?

Newcastle United are thrilled to announce the signing of Bruno Guimarães from Olympique Lyonnais on a four-and-a-half year deal.

Bem vindo, @brunoog97!
Despite Mikel Arteta's aim to keep Eddie Nketiah and the Emirates Stadium, the Arsenal striker has not signed a new contract and can move for free this summer.
As such, Newcastle's interest could mean that he moves to St James' Park before the transfer deadline. has the update on the situation, with the Magpies said to be in pole position to sign the striker, should Arsenal bring in a new striker.
Reports have suggested West Ham would sanction the sale of Issa Diop to NUFC if they bring in the Croatian international…
West Ham in advanced talks to sign Marseille's Duje Ćaleta-Car (25) for €22m plus €3m in bonuses. (Goal)
This from 90min.
Newcastle United remain hopeful of finalising a deal for Manchester United's Jesse Lingard by Monday's transfer deadline.
90min understands Lingard has agreed terms with Newcastle on a move that will see the England international arrive on an initial deal until the end of the season.
It is thought that despite the original deal falling through earlier this month, the lines of communication between Newcastle and Manchester United remained open, and there is confidence from both sides that the transfer will happen.
In recent years, when Newcastle have broken their transfer record, excitement has eventually given way to denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
On top of that, Newcastle United fans have had long, long waits between the spending record being broken, which has only added to the disappointment.
But go back a little further, and there was a purple patch when the record was broken frequently, and the rate of getting it right was pretty good. These are the 10 most recent times it was broken, up to today at least.
Donny van de Beek to Everton, done deal and confirmed! The decision has been made, here we go. Donny confirmed few minutes ago his choice to Frank Lampard. #EFC

Everton joined the race yesterday, as revealed. They will cover full salary until June plus loan fee.
Talks have taken place in past 24 hours. Never say never, but I’m told Henderson/NUFC now looks unlikely. #mufc
Newcastle United hope to clinch the signing of Dan Burn after having a bid accepted for the centre-back at the third attempt.
Sources at the Amex have confirmed United have had a £13million offer accepted with the 6ft 7in defender travelling north for a medical ahead of deadline day.
As reported yesterday on Chronicle Live the Magpies, who are now back in the UK after their trip to Saudi Arabia, have spent the weekend negotiating with Albion for the Geordie defender's signature.
But Newcastle are not set to stop there and plan moves for at least another player on deadline day.
You can read the full story here.
Newcastle make the breakthrough in the Burn deal, according to SSN.
BREAKING: Newcastle have agreed a fee of £13m with Brighton for Dan Burn
The defender is travelling up to the North East to undergo a medical
Breakthrough for #NUFC in their search for a centre back
The Daily Mail now reporting a possible loan move for Henderson…
I'm told there is a strong chance of goalkeeper Dean Henderson joining Newcastle on loan from Manchester United #nufc #mufc
Bournemouth are in talks with Norwich over a deal to sign Todd Cantwell on loan. Also interest from Olympiacos. Cantwell was a target for Newcastle earlier in the window and is expected to leave before the deadline #afcb #ncfc
This from the Athletic.
Newcastle United goalkeeper Freddie Woodman will be allowed to leave on loan — with Bournemouth one of the interested parties in taking him until the end of the season.
The Athletic understands that Newcastle are keen to free up a spot in their Premier League squad and Woodman is eager to play first-team football. Woodman will be allowed to depart the Tyneside club if an appropriate offer is received.
It’s also believed that Bournemouth have been looking for a goalkeeper to challenge Mark Travers, following an injury for Orjan Nyland.
Lyon look set to confirm the signing of Romain Faivre, with many linking the Brest midfielder as a replacement for Bruno Guimaraes…
Romain Faivre’s in Lyon today in order to undergo medical tests and sign as new OL player until June 2026. Deal completed, here-we-go to be confirmed soon. #OL

Brest will receive €15m plus add ons for Faivre. Full agreement in place since Saturday.
Newcastle United fans believe there is 'no chance' the Magpies can pull of a dramatic late swoop for Wolves captain Conor Coady.
The Daily Star claim the England international has become a late transfer target for Eddie Howe's side, with a deal in excess of £25m reportedly under consideration.
Newcastle's need for defensive recruits in this window has been well documented, and the club were unsuccessful in their high-profile pursuits for Sven Botman and Diego Carlos.
You can read the full story here.
Burnley look set to be closing in on a replacement for Chris Wood.
Finally some good news for Burnley. Agreement worth around £12m now in place with Wolfsburg for striker Wout Weghorst. First broken by @AdrianJKajumba. Clarets have green light to conduct medical. Another forward & central midfielder still of interest. #TwitterClarets
As transfer speculation continues to swirl around Newcastle United, the final days of the January window will prove interesting for both Magpies supporters and fans of drama.
Two signings have arrived at St James' Park since the Mike Ashley era was brought to an end by a takeover, with Bruno Guimaraes expected to become the third.
The benefits of bolstering were on full display in the recent win over Leeds United, during which Kieran Tripper emerged as a dangerous outlet in the second-half and looked assured defensively throughout.
Only time will tell if Newcastle get some late deals over the line but with deadline day looming, ChroniceLive have taken a trip down memory lane and reflected on every final day addition made over the last decade.
You can read the full story here.
Newcastle United announced on Saturday that exciting youngster Joe White will spend the rest of the season on loan at League Two outfit Hartlepool.
The Carlisle-born prospect, whose performances for the U23s this season has attracted interest from Chelsea and Wolves, now has a chance to make an impression in the professional game.
Another highly-rated Toon prospect, 19-year-old Whitley Bay native Elliot Anderson, could also be on the move.
The forward stayed in England while the first-team squad travelled to Saudi Arabia for warm-weather training due to the possibility of securing a loan move before the window slams shut.
Speaking to the media in Jeddah, manager Eddie Howe was candid about Anderson’s immediate future.
“With Elliot, we're looking at the possibility of loaning him but nothing is confirmed on that,” he said.
Both players can take inspiration from a plethora of young talents that Newcastle have shipped out on loan in the past. Many have used the experience on the road to help catapult their careers on Tyneside and become first-team stalwarts.
ChronicleLive looks at those who have utilised the loan system to their advantage and had a drastic impact for the Magpies’ on their return.
You can read the full story here.
Eddie Howe says he is "confident" Newcastle United can pull off the great escape in the Premier League this season.
When Howe arrived in November the Magpies were five points adrift of safety and the former AFC Bournemouth boss warned that there could be "no guarantees" of survival.
But after slicing the gap down to just a solitary point – with Norwich above them – Howe's mood has been boosted by the win over Leeds and good work in the transfer market.
You can read the full story here.
Bruno Guimarães from OL to Newcastle, done deal and here we go! Paperworks now signed in Belo Horizonte together with club director and his agents. #NUFC

Medical completed in two sessions, yesterday and today morning. Contract until 2026.

Fee: €40m plus €2m add ons.
This from the Daily Star.
Newcastle are weighing up a late big-money bid for Wolves star Conor Coady.
Eddie Howe is frantically trying to bolster his squad, and strengthening the Toon's leaky backline before the window closes is the top priority.
It's understood the Premier League strugglers are willing to pay in excess of £25million to sign the England international.
Howe's recruitment team have been scouring Europe for top defensive talent.
Newcastle are weighing up a late big-money bid for Wolves star Conor Coady.
Eddie Howe is frantically trying to bolster his squad, and strengthening the Toon's leaky backline before the window closes is the top priority.
It's understood the Premier League strugglers are willing to pay in excess of £25million to sign the England international.
Howe's recruitment team have been scouring Europe for top defensive talent.
When does the January transfer window close?
The 2022 January transfer window closes for Premier League and EFL clubs on Monday, January 31.
The deadline is 11pm in England.
What about in Europe?
Clubs across the continent must also ensure their transfer business is wrapped up on January 31.
The deadline is 5pm BST in Germany, 7pm in Italy, 11pm in France and Spain and midnight in Scotland.
This from Lee Ryder's transfer notebook:
Reims have confirmed Newcastle's offer of £29million for Hugo Ekitike earlier in the window but said the package contained too many ifs and buts.
Add on fees, such as United reaching the Champions League, made the deal unsuitable.
Reims president Jean-Pierre Caillot is happy to go public with the magic figure and said: "We want €30m fixed plus €10 million in reasonable bonuses."
Ekitike's arrival would fill one of the striker slots Howe wanted to be covered at the start of the window.
Newcastle United have upped their bid for Dan Burn.
However, the fresh £10million offer has been rejected by Brighton with the chase for the ex-Blyth Spartans youngster turning into another saga for the Magpies.
The Magpies had an initial £7million offer turned down for the 6ft 7in defender and responded with that fresh bid.
Newcastle sources have indicated that the Magpies have increased their offer considerably and have offered Brighton some incentives with add ons.
Latest from Lee Ryder here
Bruno Guimaraes is understood to have passed his medical ahead of his sensational move to Newcastle United.
The deal is yet to be announced by the Magpies and Lyon but the clubs are confident that it will be concluded.
A Newcastle delegation, led by head of recruitment Steve Nickson, have spent the last two days in Brazil with his medical taking place in Belo Horizonte.
Latest from Lee Ryder here