Muto to join Newcastle

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The 26-year-old Muto, who played for Japan at this summer's World Cup, scored a personal-high eight goals in 27 matches in his third season with the German club.

The few arrivals that have occurred so far at St. James' Park, Ki Sung-yeung, Martin Dubravka and Kenedy, will provide a huge boost to the Magpies first-team squad as they seek to avoid second-season syndrome and retain their Premier League spot.

"We needed a centre-back before [Lejeune's injury] and still we need maybe another one".

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Sky Sports report that a deal has been agreed between both clubs, as well as a contract between Mitrovic and the London side, and now only a successful medical is all that stands between the Serbian striker and a return Fulham.

Newcastle United have signed Japanese global Yoshinori Muto from Bundesliga club Mainz for a reported £9.5m.

Mitrovic, in order to complete his part of the deal, left the Newcastle United training camp, in Portugal, to journey to Craven Cottage.

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"So, hopefully we can bring someone to replace him, quickly". Since then he has managed a total of 66 Bundesliga appearances, scoring 20 goals and has set up ten more for his team-mates.

This move will free up room for West Brom to move for Gayle as Benitez looks to rebuild his strike force.

West Bromwich Albion and Newcastle United have been trying to negotiate the deal for weeks, and have reportedly made a breakthrough.

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