Dwight Gayle and Salomon Rondon Swap To Go Through Imminently

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Salomon Rondon will wear the No 9 shirt at Newcastle United.

State of play: Newcastle began last season looking contenders for a swift return to the Football League and ended it in 10th.

Switzerland defender Fabian Schar and South Korean midfielder Ki Sung-yueng have also arrived, while Chelsea midfielder Kenedy has returned on a season-long loan deal after impressing during a six-month spell last campaign.

The Venezuelan global becomes Newcastle's sixth summer signing following the arrivals of Martin Dubravka, Kenedy, Ki Sung-yueng, Fabian Schar and Yoshinori Muto.

West Brom were beaten 2-1 by Bolton in their Championship opener on Saturday and with the addition of Dwight Gayle maybe West Brom will turn around this bad start. "They made me feel at home from day one and I'll be eternally grateful for how they supported my family and I".

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Newcastle have been chasing Rondon all summer but only wanted to take the striker on loan.

"The Baggies fans will forever be in my heart", he said. "When things are not going well off the pitch you can see a reflection on the pitch", said Benitez following Wednesday's 4-0 friendly defeat at Braga in northern Portugal.

With the club's opening Premier League fixture against Tottenham Hotspur less than a week away, the decision on the players' behalf not to speak to the media will come under widespread scrutiny if they uphold their stance.

"I'm honoured to be a player for such a big club", Muto, the first Japanese player to join Newcastle, said.

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez has revealed he is anxious about the progress the club are making throughout the summer transfer window.

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