Bruno Guimaraes drops fresh Newcastle United transfer hint after secret January trip
Source: Mirror

Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimaraes has been linked with a move away from St James' Park, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United among those who've been linked

Bruno Guimaraes is expected to stay at Newcastle United this summer - after buying a PS4million house in the local area.

Guimaraes, 26, has become a fan favourite on Tyneside since his PS40m transfer move from French side Lyon in January 2022. The Brazilian midfielder helped Newcastle qualify for the Champions League last season and his form has piqued the interest of Europe's elite.

Mirror Football reported in January - when Guimaraes made a trip to Paris - that PSG were confident about the winning race, while Real Madrid are also known admirers. Premier League rivals Manchester United have been linked, too, but now it seems that the 26-year-old plans on staying in the north east, despite claims he has a PS100m release clause.

According to the Telegraph, Guimaraes recently bid for a new property in a swanky Northumberland neighbourhood which is situated just a few miles from Newcastle. The Brazil international, who signed a new five-year contract with the Magpies last October, is understood to have paid PS4m for the house and hopes to move into it soon with his wife and two children.

Malavolta posted on X/Twitter: "Good morning. I would like to point out that I am in Paris for private and family reasons and not for work. please respect and don't make up stories. Bruno is very happy in Newcastle. THANKS!"

The post was intriguingly deleted, though, adding further uncertainty to the situation. It's understood that Newcastle are under pressure to sell a number of players during the summer transfer window in order to comply with Premier League profit and sustainability rules.

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Bruno Guimaraes is adored by the Newcastle fan base ( Image:

"That's what I've dedicated myself to 100 percent since I signed for the club. I've only missed one match. It's a different season, I'd say. But I still think we can end it in the best possible way, by winning a place in the Conference League, or the Europa League, or maybe the Champions League, however difficult it may be.

"I think every player dreams of playing in the Premier League, and to be completing 100 games for an English team is undoubtedly something that makes me very happy, very fulfilled. There are many more to come, but this milestone is very important."