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Transfer Latest: Deadline Day Round-up



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Here are all the latest Newcastle United transfer rumours this Deadline Day.




Youri Tielemans

The Belgium midfielder has just 1-year left on his current contract at the King Power Stadium and Leicester City are willing to cash in for a cut price of £25,000,000 this Deadline Day.

The Magpies’ have been accredited with an interest in the 25-year-old throughout the summer, as well as current Premier League leaders Arsenal, who are also thought to still be keen on a move for the midfielder.

Tielemans started in Leicester City’s 2-1 defeat to a 10-man Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Lucas Moura

According to Football Insider, Newcastle are exploring the possibility of a late move for Spurs winger Lucas Moura on loan for the rest of the season.

The Brazilian has struggled to break into Antonio Conte’s side this season as he has played just 12 minutes of football so far. Dejan Kulusevski, Richarlison and Heung-Min Son are all currently ahead of him in the pecking order at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Lucas Moura can be utilised in a variety of forward positions such as; centre-forward, right-wing and attacking-midfield.

Conor Gallagher

Another central midfielder linked with a move to St James’ Part is Chelsea’s, Conor Gallagher. It’s been reported that Gallagher will be allowed to leave on loan this Deadline Day, with question marks raised over his playing time at Stamford Bridge.

The Magpies’ are currently in a five-way race for the England international as Crystal Palace, Everton, Aston Villa and West Ham are all admirers of the 22-year-old.

Gallagher won Crystal Palace’s player of the season award last campaign as he impressed with 8 Premier League goals from midfield.

Central midfield is clearly an area Eddie Howe would like to address before 11pm this evening, with injuries to the likes of Jonjo Shelvey and Bruno Guimarães.




Martin Dúbravka

Journalist Fabrizio Romano has reported that Martin Dúbravka will be the new Manchester United backup goalkeeper.

The former Newcastle No.1 will join Manchester United on an initial season-long loan and the Red Devils’ will hold an option to buy for a fee of £6,000,000.

Dúbravka’s imminent departure means that Toon will be left with Nick Pope, Karl Darlow and Mark Gillespie in the goalkeeping department.

Matty Longstaff

Academy graduate Matty Longstaff is set to join League One side Barnsley on a season-long loan.

Longstaff will look to build on his successful season with Mansfield Town in League Two last campaign.

Football Insider have reported that Barnsley will hold an option to buy the 22-year-old at the end of the loan deal.

The midfielder’s contract at The Toon is due to expire at the end of the season.

Federico Fernández

Argentinian centre-back Federico Fernández is close to joining La Liga side Elche on a season-long loan.

The 33-year-old has failed to make a single start since Eddie Howe joined the club back in November last year.

The defender’s contract expires at the end of the season. However, the club do hold the option to extend it for a further year if they choose to do so.

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Beth Mead left out of England Women’s World Cup squad



Euro 2022 top goal scorer Beth Mead is not included in England Women’s World Cup squad.

The 27-year-old Arsenal forward has not played since November having been a major doubt for the competition.

This comes after an anterior cruciate ligament injury which she still has not fully recovered from.

England head coach Sarina Wiegman has named the 23-player squad for this summer’s tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

Tottenham striker Beth England, who has not been involved since last summer’s Euro competition is included.

Chelsea centre-back Millie Bright, who has been out with a knee injury since March, has made the 23-player squad.

Sarina Wiegman confirmed Bright would captain the team in the absence of injured defender Leah Williamson.

Wiegman went on to say she never thought Beth Mead would be fit in time for the tournament, saying: “She’s so positive and going well, but the timescale she had we would have taken so many risks to get to the World Cup

“I’m not willing to take that risk to push her too much and she gets injured again. We need to take care of players.”

England play Haiti in their opening match on 22nd July in Australia where they look to build on their success following Euro 2022.

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Karl Darlow set for permanent move away from Newcastle United



After a successful loan spell to Hull City, Karl Darlow is poised for a permanent move away from St. James’.

Hull City manager Liam Rosenior has made it clear he wants to keep a hold of Newcastle United goalkeeper Karl Darlow.

Signing for the club in 2014 from Nottingham Forest, he went onto make 100 appearances for the magpies with his debut coming in 2015 under Steve McLaren. His best stint for the club was during the 2020/21 season making 25 appearances. He then saw himself fall out of favour when Martin Dubravka signed for the club and now with Nick Pope cementing the position as his own, Darlow saw himself drop down the pecking order.

Signing for Hull City on loan in January, he has since made 11 appearances keeping 5 clean sheets in the process, with three coming in the last four matches against good opposition in Millwall, Blackburn, and Watford.

“He’s been magnificent since he’s come in,” Rosenior said after Darlow’s clean sheet against Watford on Saturday. “I think he’s massively enjoying working here, I think he’s enjoying the club, he’s settled in with the players really really well.

“What I really like about Karl was as soon as he signed he had his young family come and join him and settle down in the area, and I think that’s helped him. Hopefully we’ll have discussions in the summer about his long-term future.”

Rosenior revealed earlier in the week his intention to keep Darlow at the club, and Hull are believed to be in discussions with Newcastle over making the goalkeeper’s stay at the MKM Stadium permanent – as his loan agreement is believed to have as an option.

Contracted at St. James’ until 2025, it seems as though a permanent move to Hull City would be the best thing for Darlow with his position at Newcastle United seemingly gone.


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Our Premier League Team of the Season 2022/2023



With the season drawing to a close, we have put together our Premier League Team of the Season.

In what has been a season that is set to go right down to the very end, it has been yet another spectacular campaign of football with players breaking out on to the scene and some very memorable moments.

Lets have a look at who we have decided is in the starting 11 for the Team of the Season.

The starting 11 was chosen in terms of not only who we think has been the best in those positions, but also who has either exceeded expectations but also who has done exactly what was expected of them in their position.

Nick Pope, Kieran Trippier and Sven Botman mean Newcastle United make up 60% of the defence in this team, but for good reason. This season, the magpies are currently bosting the best defence in the league conceding the least amount of goals, 24 to be precise.

William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko make up the remaining two spots in the defence, the Arsenal duo have had a great campaign with the gunners still sat top of the league and looking to get their first league title in nearly 20 years.

A midfield three of Casemiro, Keving De Bruyne, and Martin Odegaard, three players so vital to their clubs and all having a wonderful season, it’s hard to put anyone else in there over them.

Up top, we have a front three of Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford, and Erling Haaland as all three players have had goals, influence, and star power in their clubs to push them to the very top this season.

The substitutes include top of the league goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale, which seems harsh to leave him out of the starting squad but up against Nick Pope, either could go in and it would be a good decision, but Ramsdale just makes it onto our bench.

Ben Mee has had a cracking season with Brentford seeing them looking set to enjoy a top half finish with him at the heart of defence. Luke Shaw gets on the bench after a solid season under Ten Hag at United.

Bruno Guimaraes, Gabriel Martinelli, and Harry Kane are the remaining players on the bench, all have had a fantastic season but unfortunately only make the bench for this squad.

Roberto De Zerbi is the manager of the season for us, having joined Brighton in September following Graham Potter’s departure, many thought this spelt the end of Brighton’s good fortunes in the Premier League, but not only did De Zerbi do better than expected of him, he has taken a very good Brighton and Hove Albion team and improved them navigating them to a top half finish.

Manchester City only see two players in this team, although they have had a great season, the rotation of the team sees a great team instead of individual players, which is a testament to how Pep Guardiola wants his teams to be.


Premier League 22/23 Team of the Season:

Nick Pope (GK), Kieran Trippier, William Saliba, Sven Botman, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Casemiro, Kevin De Bruyne, Martin Odegaard, Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford, Erling Haaland.


Aaron Ramsdale (GK), Ben Mee, Luke Shaw, Bruno Guimaraes, Alexis Mac Allister, Gabriel Martinelli, Harry Kane

Manager: Roberto De Zerbi (Brighton)


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