Final January transfer window for 2024 Newcastle United’s score: One for, seven against
From about the middle of January, there has been a lot of talk about possible big transfers, especially regarding who would leave St. James’ Park to give FFP the flexibility to bring in a new signing or two.
But as this January transfer window came to an end, all of the intrigue seemed to have evaporated into thin dreams of new loans.
How did Newcastle United’s January 2024 transfer window end, now that it has officially closed?
These are “all” the details.
Alfie Harrison: Eddie Howe had previously stated last week that a signing deal had been reached. The Newcastle United official statement confirming the signing for the customary “undisclosed” price was only released on deadline day. The Manchester media, however, asserted that even though Newcastle had only paid a “nominal” fee for the 18-year-old midfield player, Man City would be entitled to 40% of any future proceeds should United decide to sell Harrison.
Isaac Hayden: Having terminated his loan with Standard Liege in Belgium, he made claims about being paid late or not at all. Now, Isaac Hayden has committed to QPR on a season-long loan. The midfield player had been linked to several second-tier clubs prior to the deadline day announcement. After this season concludes, he still has two years left on his contract.
Michael Ndiweni: The 20-year-old attacker will play out the remainder of the season on loan at Annan Athletic of the Scottish First Division.
Josh Scott: Queens Park, a team in the Scottish Championship, has officially acquired the 21-year-old homegrown midfield player Josh Scott.
Javier Manquillo After relocating permanently to Celta Vigo, the 29-year-old reunited with Rafa Benitez.
Remi Savage: Earlier this month, the 22-year-old defender made a permanent move to Inverness Caledonian Thistle of the Scottish Championship. The Scottish second division team that Duncan Ferguson, a former NUFC striker, currently manages.
Cameron Ferguson: Duncan Ferguson’s son, a striker, resigned NUFC on the same day that Savage’s signing was revealed, citing a “mutual agreement regarding his contract.”
Dylan Stephenson, a striker in the National League North, is a 21-year-old who signed a loan with Sout
h Shields until the end of the season.