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All completed Newcastle United transfers so far in 2023-24 – listed

Sandro Tonali Newcastle 2023-24

GOAL rounds up all the completed Newcastle United transfers in the 2023-24 season so far.

 

Newcastle United achieved their Champions League dream last season, having secured their place in Europe’s elite competition for the first time in 20 years. The Magpies are undoubtedly ahead of schedule and few could have envisaged them qualifying for the Champions League at the start of the campaign.

 

This remarkable success on the pitch can largely be attributed to the miracle work of manager Eddie Howe, who has transformed the Magpies from a team struggling for survival in the Premier League to one that is flying high at the very top of the division.

 

The return of European football to St. James Park brings a great sense of optimism to the Toon supporters. However, the competition places additional demands on the squad in terms of matches.

 

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Squad depth will be vital for the Toon this season if they are to continue their upward trajectory as they will be competing on four fronts. As such, Newcastle’s extremely rich owners’ have flexed their financial muscles to add serious quality to their squad over the summer transfer window that will help them to cope with the increased number of games.

 

With the summer transfer season having drawn to a close, GOAL has got you covered with all the completed Newcastle United transfers in the ongoing 2023-24 season, below.

 

 

 

 

Eddie Howe Newcastle 2022-23

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New signings summer window

After qualifying for the Champions League last season, the Toon have reinforced their squad significantly this past summer. Their successes would helped to convince Sandro Tonali to leave boyhood club AC Milan in favour of a big-money blockbuster move to Tyneside.

 

The Toon forked out £32m to secure the services of 20-year-old right-back Tino Livramento, who is seen as a long-term replacement for Kieran Trippier. Eddie Howe has also strengthened at left-back, with Chelsea’s 18-year-old Lewis Hall joining on loan. Newcastle have an obligation to buy the youngster at the end of the season for a reported £28m.

 

Harvey Barnes has arrived from Leicester City in a £39m move to add goals and assists from wide areas. Newcastle are are also keen on spotting up-and-coming raw talent and quickly snapping them up, as shown by the captures of Yankuba Minteh

 

Player Nationality Previous club Fee

Sandro Tonali Italy AC Milan £55.00m

Harvey Barnes England Leicester City £39.00m

Valentino Livramento England Southampton £32.00m

Yankuba Minteh Gambia Odense BK £6.00m

Lewis Hall England Chelsea Loan

Chris Wood Nottingham Forest 2022-23

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Departures summer window

In terms of exits, only three players sold for an actual fee. Fans favourite Allan Saint-Maximin joined Al-Ahli in the Saudi Pro League, Karl Darlow was sold to Leeds and Chris Wood to Nottingham Forest.

 

Player Nationality New club Fee

Allan Saint-Maximin France Al-Ahli £23.00m

Chris Wood New Zealand Nottingham Forest £15.00m

Karl Darlow England Leeds United £400k

Ryan Fraser Scotland Southampton Loan

Jamal Lewis Northern Ireland Watford Loan

Yankuba Minteh Gambia Feyenoord Loan

Harrison Ashby England Swansea Loan

Garang Kuol Australia FC Volendam Loan

Kell Watts England Wigan Athletic Loan

Jeff Hendrick Republic of Ireland Sheffield Wednesday Loan

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