Big Sam warns Newcastle boss Benitez

Big Sam warns Newcastle boss Benitez

The Japanese player has been granted a work permit for his move to Newcastle and he could be in line to make his first team debut for the club when the Magpies take on Tottenham in their first Premier League game of the new season on Saturday 11 August.

The Japan global becomes The Geordies fifth signing of the summer, joining Martin Dubrvaka, Ki Sung-yueng and Fabian Schar, as well as the loan capture of Kenedy, at St James' Park.

Venezuela global Rondon becomes Benitez's sixth summer recruit, following on from the signings of Martin Dubravka, Kenedy, Yoshinori Muto, Fabian Schar and Ki Sung-yeung.

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"The manager attracted me", Gayle told West Brom's official website. Pressed as to whether he was referring to recruitment at a club showing a profit on summer dealing he replied: "Everything - I'm really anxious". "They made me feel at home from day one and I'll be eternally grateful for how they supported my family and I".

"Hopefully we will continue working hard together to ensure the team stay in the Premier League".

"The Baggies fans will forever be in my heart", he said. "I wish you all the best".

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Obviously they haven't spent any money, but Newcastle have confirmed the signing of Salomón Rondón from West Bromwich Albion.

"I am very happy to be a player for Newcastle United", the 26-year-old said.

Sam Allardyce has warned Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez that he is playing a risky game by publicly criticising his clubs owner for his lack of backing in the transfer market.

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"When we were looking for options up front, we knew how important experience would be".

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