The interest of big clubs was clearly blocked. There is news that Newcastle United has signed a new contract with midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.
Transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said on his SNS on the 3rd (Korean time), “The contract has finally been signed. Guimaraes has signed a renewal with Newcastle until 2028. Buyout clause of 100 million pounds (about 165.5 billion won). “There is,” he said.
Guimaraes is a Brazilian midfielder born in 1997. He left Brazil in 2020 and entered the European stage by joining Olympique Lyonnais. Playing the role of a rear playmaker who coordinates offense and defense in the third line, he quickly expanded his presence at Lyon even at a young age. He didn’t play much in his first season.
However, in the 2020-21 season, he made a leap forward to a starting role, appearing in 33 games in the French league. And in the 2021-22 season, he played 20 games in the first half alone. In the process, he began to consistently receive calls to the Brazilian national soccer team. After making his debut in November 2020, he has now played 14 A matches. He also experienced the 2022 Qatar World Cup stage.먹튀검증
Newcastle expressed interest in this. After Saudi Arabia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (PIF) took over the club, Newcastle made a storm of recruitment through large-scale investments. Part of that project was Guimaraes. Alexander Isaac and Sven Botmann were also players recruited for this purpose.
Newcastle invested a whopping 286 million euros (about 408.3 billion won) over the past three transfer windows. The results were clear. Last season, they finished fourth in the Premier League (PL) and succeeded in advancing to the UEFA Champions League (UCL) for the first time in 21 years. Two years after acquiring PIF, we gained the right to advance to the dream stage.
Guimaraes is in the center. Guimaraes played in 17 PL games immediately after joining Newcastle in the second half of the 2021-22 season. And last season he played 32 league games, scoring 4 goals and providing 5 assists. This season, he also appeared as a starter in all six games since the opening.
Guimaraes has been linked with a transfer to several teams, but Newcastle is maintaining a no-sell stance. And his contract renewal was confirmed. His existing contract was scheduled to end in the summer of 2026, but it is expected that an additional two years will be added to it, continuing until the summer of 2028.