Premier League preview 2018/19 - Newcastle: Benitez's biggest test yet on Tyneside

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"I am really looking forward to playing in front of the fans".

However, we may have issues agreeing on a transfer fee for our top two left-back targets so a move for the West Brom fullback can not be ruled out.

Rondon will provide Newcastle with the physicality that Gayle lacked and act as a focal point in attack.

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

Rondon said in the club statement: "It's an honour to be here and I'm excited to get started with my team-mates".

Joining the club before their relegation from the Premier League in 2016, it is widely suspected that Benitez's future at the club is in jeopardy if Ashley adheres to this stringent approach.

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'It's one of the biggest clubs in the Premier League and I knew about the interest of the gaffer, so I'm happy to be here'. I am confident we can do it.

Yoshinori Muto and Fabian Schar are among the players to have arrived on Tyneside, with Salomon Rondon set arrive on loan from West Brom before the transfer window slams shut.

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.

Dwight Gayle is a proven goalscorer in the Championship - he bagged 23 goals during Newcastle's promotion winning 16/17 season, but has struggled to replicate that form in the Premier League.

"The manager attracted me", Gayle told West Brom's official website.