6 in for the Toon,
Newcastle have made six signings so far in the window lets take a look into who the new magpies are:
- The 26 year old frenchmen joins for 8.7m on a five year deal, Rafael Benítez had this to say on his new man “He’s good with both feet, big and good in the air, He is equally adept at playing as either a defender or a midfielder, but plays mostly as a centre back.
English 22 year old winger Jacob Murphy
signed from Norwich City for a fee reported to be £12.5m
Murphy, whose parents are from the north east, said: "It was a childhood dream of mine to represent Newcastle and the opportunity is now here. I can't wait to get started."
"He's a young and talented player and hopefully he can develop even more here," Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez told the club's official website.
José Luis Sanmartín Mato, commonly known as Joselu
, has signed on a three-year contract for £5m from stoke
The 27-year-old, who has also played at Real Madrid, Celta Vigo and Hoffenheim, spoke to us in an interview "I feel very happy, because I have signed for a very big club," said Joselu. Benitez added: "Obviously he has experience of English football and the Premier League. We think if we can exploit his full potential he will be a good signing for us.
"He knows and accepts the challenge we've given him at Newcastle and he's keen to come and fight for a position in the team.”
- Newcastle have completed the signing of former Liverpool and Sunderland defender Javier Manquillo from Atletico Madrid for an undisclosed fee.
The Spain Under-21 right-back has signed a three-year contract with the Magpies, who were promoted back to the Premier League last season.
"He has a lot of motivation because he has a point to prove," said Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez.
"I'm very happy to be here," said Manquillo "From the first moment that Rafa Benitez called me I just knew that I had to come here, to such a big club.”
- Born on 22 June in 1996, the 21-year-old from Pamplona, Spain has signed on a season long loan from German side Borussia Dortmund. He plays primarily as a defensive midfielder but can be used in the centre of midfield and at centre-back.
"It feels good and I'm very happy to be here, to be part of this club. I'm looking forward to touching the ball, meeting my new team-mates and starting to play football.
"I know it's a great club and a really nice city. I had different options but I think this is the right place for me to play.”
Rafael Benítez spoke to us about the new boy ‘He has a lot of quality on the ball and is keen to learn"Mikel is a midfielder with talent, an under-21 international for Spain. He's a good size, has quality on the ball and he's very, very focused and professional. Hopefully he's the kind of player we can improve a lot - he certainly has the mentality to get better and better.
“He comes from a top side in Dortmund and although he did not play too much last season, he was signed as a young, talented player and to be signed by a club like that shows that he has something good. He has to show what he has, and hopefully he can enjoy playing here for a long time."
- The Magpies have now exercised an option to sign him for an undisclosed fee and the winger has penned a four-year deal.
Manager Benítez said: "We are happy to sign a good player.
"He's shown us that he's a good professional and someone who is very keen to learn and improve, Christian has been a key part of our promotion campaign and he wants to help us to build something for the future.”