Mainz Confirm Yoshinori Muto Is Newcastle United Bound

30 July, 2018, 20:28 | Author: Alyssa Little
  • Mainz's Muto made to wait for Newcastle move

The 26-year-old global has 20 goals and 10 assists in the Bundesliga for Mainz (8 and 4 respectively last season), and was also a member of Japan's World Cup squad in Russian Federation, featuring in the group match against Poland.

The fee is reported to be £9.5m and he would boost the options for a team who scored 39 league goals last season, the second fewest of the top 14.

"Yes. We did this business with Muto because we needed to do something more".

The 27-year-old's injury is a major blow to Newcastle given their relative lack of squad depth, although they did complete the signing of defender Fabian Schar from Deportivo La Coruna this week.

"So, hopefully we can bring someone to replace him, quickly".

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Bundesliga outfit Mainz have confirmed that they have agreed a deal to sell Yoshinori Muto to Premier League side Newcastle United.

Newcastle stated: "Newcastle United can confirm that Japan global Yoshinori Muto has been on Tyneside today ahead of a proposed move to the club".

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