Various English Premier league clubs are trying to some deals done before the 31st January when the winter transfer window is officially shut.
Newcastle United who were recently taken over by new owners are trying to revamp their squad with quality players in order to survive the relegation threat.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Newcastle United have prepared medicals for Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes who is set to complete his €40 million transfer from Lyon.
The reports claim that the talented midfielder is set to join the Magpies in this window and will play a big role in ensuring the club does not get relegated.
"Newcastle are set to sign Bruno Guimarães. Meeting in the last few hours with Bruno & agents - he decided to accept. ⚪️🇧🇷 #NUFC
€40m bid accepted by OL - details with agents and club are missing before deal is done.
Bruno’s in Ecuador. Medical once he’ll be back in Brazil." Fabrizio Romano confirmed.
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