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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW: Newcastle Transfer Deadline Day



It’s looking to be a busy deadline for Newcastle’s new owners in their first transfer window at the club. So far at Newcastle there has been three new arrivals, Kieran Tripper from Athletic Madrid, Chris Wood from Burnley and Bruno Guimarães from Lyon.

Here at NorthEastUpdates we’ve put together all the latest transfers news for Newcastle transfers, players coming in, players going out and all the rumours surrounding the potential transfers.

Potential Transfers:

Matthew Targett: The left-back has been at Aston Villa since 2019 but with the arrival of Lucas Dinge from Everton, game time will look limited at Villa Park. Targett is poised to join Newcastle on loan until the end of the season. He has officially joined Newcastle on loan.

Dan Burn: The Newcastle born defender is on his way back to Newcastle for £13m from Brighton. The players medical has been complete, Newcastle just need to officially announce the centre-half as a Newcastle player.


Delli Alli: Rumours this evening that we are making a late bid


Hugo Ekitike: The deal looks to be off.


Jesse Lingard: 

“Manchester United have decided to dig their heels in and not allow Jesse Lingard to leave.

“That’s perhaps down to players who have left the club, others who aren’t available to them at the moment – maybe they will need him before now and the end of the season.

“We understand he’s very disappointed by the news, he was keen to move up here to the north east and play here for the remainder of the season.

“It’s left Newcastle, despite some good business, a little bit short in that attacking third without Lingard or Etikike coming in. It poses the question whether they will look at a last-minute loan, but I would think that is very unlikely at this stage.”

The deal isn’t dead yet but certainly one to watch as the day goes on.


Transfers Out:

Jeff Hendricks: The Republic of Ireland international has struggled for game time since Eddie Howe took the reigns at St. James Park, Middlesbrough are looking to bring the midfielder in on loan until the end of the season.

Freddie Woodman: The Newcastle goalkeeper finds himself as the clubs 3rd choice goalkeeper behind Martin Dúbravka and Karl Darlow. Eddie Howe’s old club Bournemouth have officially taken him on loan.

Paper Talk:

Ciaran Clark: The Newcastle centre-half has been linked with a move to Championship side Middlesbrough this morning.

Keep checking for updates as we follow the transfer news today

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Karen’s Diner on Tour is BACK IN NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE!!



Karens Diner on Tour Newcastle upon Tyne

Karen’s Diner on Tour coming to town on tour and ‘well if y’all show up in force we’ll either come as a longer term pop up or simply just stay put for a while until we’ve insulted everyone in the North East!’


Get your tickets here: Karens Diner Newcastle tickets


We have spoken to the top Karen who assures everyone who went last time that Bottomless means BOTTOMLESS!

At our pop-up Karen’s you will be greeted and waited upon by rude waiters who in return are expecting you to give it full Karen. A place where you can complain until the cows come home because we literally don’t care. You can expect good food, good fun and a dining experience like you’ve never had before. Let us know if it’s your birthday, if your name is Karen and for the love of Karen don’t ask to speak to the manager….

Your ticket includes a delicious BOTTOMLESS pizza and BOTTOMLESS prossecco or select spirits and mixers as well as select soft drinks drinks for a full 90mins

*We cater for all allergens

You will get full and authentic Karen experience – our games, our waitstaff and the full works. Decent food provided by the venue (we hope) and BOTTOMLESS booze for those who love a drink. This is a dining experience like no other – literally. Come enjoy the OG Karen’s from OG Karen’s.

Don’t accept imitations – book now to avoid missing out!

See our two below YouTube videos from the last time they were in the toon to see what to expect…

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Raoul Moat Drama Coming Soon To ITV



It looks set to be one of ITV’s biggest dramas this year and The Hunt for Raoul Moat is being brought to screen by the same people responsible for smash hit shows Line of Duty, Bodyguard and Vigil.

It was confirmed last April that production on the series had commenced, nearly 12 years after Moat gunman shot ex girlfriend Samantha Stobbart and her new boyfriend Christopher Brown, with Brown dying from his injuries. After fleeing Samantha’s home in Birtley, Moat, who had been released from prison just days earlier, went on the run, shooting on duty policeman PC David Rathband in the face as he sat in a patrol car on the outskirts of Newcastle and leaving him blind.

From there, Moat headed for Northumberland, forcing the quiet village of Rothbury into a lockdown as police launched a frantic search for him. The hunt for Moat reached its conclusion with a tense stand-off between the killer and the police on a riverbank, with Moat eventually shooting himself and dying from his injuries as he was rushed to Newcastle General Hospital.

ITV announced three parter The Hunt for Raoul Moat almost a year ago, as filming got underway in Yorkshire, with a cast including ex Bodyguard star Matt Stokoe as Moat and Inspector George Gently actor Lee Ingeleby as police chief Neil Adamson.

ITV have yet to officially announce an release date for The Hunt for Raoul Moat, but is expected to be form part of the channel’s spring programming.

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Jason Miller’s Story with Stage 4 Cancer – How positivity is key in every cancer journey



Jason Miller’s story on staying positive 

Although thinking and acting positively might help you cope with cancer, it’s normal and sometimes unavoidable to feel angry and scared.

Positive thinking is frequently urged on those battling with cancer. But, it is not always simple. It might be terrifying to deal with cancer and its treatment. All effected can experience low moods and worry about the future especially how your loved ones will cope.

Being upset and scared can be a sign of courage and can show that you are ready to face an uncertain future. Nonetheless, there are occasions when it can be beneficial to make an effort to replace negative thoughts with more uplifting ones.

We sat down with Jason Miller who takes us through his journey after discovering he had an aggressive stage 4 tumor. We learn how not only the diagnosis was a sign for him to put affairs in order for his family but also how he ended up surviving through his positive outlook!


Are you or anyone else effected by the content raised in this video?

The Macmillan Support Line offers confidential support to people living with cancer and their loved ones.

Call free on 0808 239 06 25


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