New information on Lloyd Kelly’s Newcastle United contract is disclosed by Fabrizio Romano.

As Lloyd Kelly gets closer and closer to joining Newcastle United, a new piece of information has surfaced.

For the Magpies, this is the agreement that has never seemed uncertain. Although Tosin Adarabioyo was also a target, Lloyd Kelly’s move to Tyneside felt more likely than anyone else’s.

A fresh detail has surfaced as Lloyd Kelly gets closer to becomingAdditionally, Kelly’s move to Newcastle is still very much on the table, even though Tosin has chosen to take his talents to Chelsea. Eddie Howe will get his ultimate goal, as the 25-year-old is eager to work with the manager who first signed him to Bournemouth in 2019.

Kelly’s contract with Bournemouth expires on June 30th, thus he will be joining on a free transfer. This makes the deal even more alluring because the Magpies are acquiring a defender of Premier League caliber who can play a variety of roles without having to pay a transfer fee.
This transaction has seemed like it’s almost done for weeks now. Kelly just needs to sign on the dotted line and finish the medical.

New information on Lloyd Kelly's Newcastle United contract is disclosed by Fabrizio Romano.
          New information on Lloyd Kelly’s Newcastle United contract is disclosed by Fabrizio Romano.

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Details of Lloyd Kelly’s contract are revealed by Fabrizio Romano when he moves to Newcastle United.
With transfer analyst Fabrizio Romano giving a crucial update on Newcastle’s pursuit of the left-footed center-back, a medical will soon take place.
Kelly has a verbal contract with Newcastle to transfer to St James’ Park this summer, according to Romano.

He continues, saying there would be a medical exam after which he will provide a new development regarding Kelly’s transfer to Toon.

Romano says he will sign a four-year contract with Newcastle United, tying him to the team through 2028.

He wrote: “It’s official—Newcastle has reached a verbal agreement to sign Lloyd Kelly as a free agent from Bournemouth! It is finalized and sealed, with Kelly’s medical to come as a Newcastle player—never in dispute. Special information: the agreement will last until June 2028.

Newcastle has had a great start to the summer as the Kelly deal approaches completion.
It has been imperative that Newcastle buy a center-back this summer, given the injuries to Jamaal Lascelles and Sven Botman.

They appear to be poised to do just that, as Kelly is expected to join on a free transfer. With his background with Howe, his adaptability, and his expertise in the top level, this should prove to be a terrific bit of business.

Even though Kelly is not a big signing, all the pieces seem to be in place for her to succeed on Tyneside.
There will soon be another Newcastle transfer.
He appears to be Newcastle’s first summer acquisition, and there’s a good chance a second will arrive soon after.

This is because James Trafford and the Magpies have also reached a personal agreement. Toon representatives are currently attempting to work out a deal with Burnley for the goalkeeper. Burnley wants to pay £20 million, but Newcastle values him at £18 million. A compromise seems inevitable given how close the two sides are to one another.

Trafford feels like a likely deal, and Kelly’s transfer is almost done. Even though the transfer window isn’t even technically open, Newcastle is about to make two significant additions.
At Newcastle United, it might soon be one goalie in, one goalkeeper out.

Although Loris Karius will not be staying at St James’ Park past this summer, as the Magpies have already declared, another goalkeeper may be on the way out.

Even though Martin Dubravka made 30 appearances for Newcastle United last season, it has previously been claimed that the Magpies are poised to sell the player.

After the England international sustained a shoulder injury, the 35-year-old replaced Nick Pope in the starting lineup, but he found it difficult to regain his form. Although there were occasional standout performances—such as the “wonderful” performance in the FA Cup away to Blackburn—Dubravka made it harder for Newcastle to defend.

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