Read Up “Newcastle signed Leicester’s Harvey Barnes.” Barnes signed a five-year contract with the Newcastle United club after completing his transfer to St. James’ Park for a sum of £38 million. The transfer was finalized after Barnes put pen to paper on the agreement.

Following his arrival, he made a statement to the media in which he remarked, “I’m happy. It’s a beautiful club, and for me, it’s a huge opportunity to come and be a part of a successful team that’s doing exciting things, so it goes without saying that I couldn’t be more excited to be here. It goes without saying that I could not be more excited to be here. I can hardly contain my excitement at being here.

“I think it is an attacker’s dream to come into a team like this; it’s high paced, it’s physically demanding, but you can see the rewards of that with the chances and the goals scored, so I think I’ll certainly suit the style.” “I think it is an attacker’s dream to come into a team like this.”

Newcastle Signed Leicester's Harvey Barnes
Newcastle Signed Leicester’s Harvey Barnes

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The Mexican striker played for the Midlands club last year and made 20 appearances, but he was only able to score three goals.

After making the move from Benfica, the 32-year-old player has been a part of the team for the past five years.


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After helping his parent club go to the semifinals of the Champions League a year ago, the 26-year-old forward has spent the previous six months playing for Tottenham.

Danjuma, who has represented the Netherlands at the international level and has also played for Bournemouth, has scored once in the Premier League during his career.

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