Newcastle United Agree Terms With Atlanta United for Miguel Almiron Transfer


Two years later, we couldn't be happier with what Miguel has contributed to the club, and that he is realizing his dream of playing in the Premier League.

Going back to 2016 he played a crucial role as Lanus won the treble in Argentina, whilst last season he was even more pivotal as Atlanta United scooped the MLS Cup in only their second season.

"We not only shattered the league transfer fee record, but gave proof of concept for our original club model of signing top young players and giving them a chance to thrive and develop".

Almiron, 24, is an attacking midfielder who plays in MLS for Atlanta United and has 12 caps for Paraguay.

Almiron, 24, has been a target of the Premier League club and the sources say the terms of the deal are almost agreed, while adding it's not over the line yet.

"I think it is a great responsibility, something lovely for me, and I will try to offer the best I can to repay the trust the club put in me".

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Despite pulling off two major scalps on deadline day, it has been claimed that Newcastle are still actively involved in the transfer market in a bid to strengthen their squad.

"From talking to the lad, you can tell that he is really focused and wants to do well".

The Paraguay worldwide is coming off a huge season with Atlanta, scoring 13 goals and laying on 13 assists as he helped lead them to an MLS Cup triumph.

"I know that Newcastle is a big and historic club", said the former Italy under-21 worldwide.

"His impact in MLS has been really good - he's been one of the best players this year - and hopefully he can give us more competition and more quality in the final third".

Whilst many clubs look to add extra star quality via signings such as Rooney, Lampard, Beckham and Ibrahimovic.