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Bruno Guimarães could leave for PSG in the next transfer window
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The next European transfer window promises to be busy for Newcastle's Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimarães. Manchester City, Arsenal and now PSG are keeping an eye on the Brazilian player who has a sale clause of 100 million euros, around 553 million reais, valid between the last week of May and the last week of June. Bruno's team coach, Eddie Howe confirmed that the athlete has such a clause this Friday (26).

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The Brazilian has been standing out for Newcastle this season, which has generated interest from some clubs in England, such as Arsenal and Manchester City, as well as PSG who, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano in his account on Xwould be willing to pay in full.

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Eddie Howe confirms the clause

The Newcastle coach confirmed this Friday (26) during a press conference that it is true that Bruno has a release clause valid between the end of May and the end of June.

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Eddie Howe states that he intends to keep the player in the team and that the formation of the squad for the coming seasons revolves around his permanence, but as Bruno has this clause, he confirms that the club has no control over the situation and it will be up to the athlete to decide what future.

Short deadline

The deadline for clubs that want to count on Bruno for next season for the value of the clause is very short, just one month, after this period Newcastle will have full control to negotiate a sale price for the Brazilian athlete.

The English club needs to make at least one big sale in the next transfer window to be able to comply with UEFA and Premier League Financial Fair Play so as not to suffer punishment such as loss of points. Everton and Nottingham Forest were punished by the English FA this season due to financial inadequacies.


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The Brazilian is being targeted by PSG, Arsenal and Manchester City (Photo: reproduction/Getty Images Embed/Serena Taylor/Newcastle United)


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Bruno's numbers

Bruno Guimarães arrived at Newcastle in 2022, after leaving Lyon in France for around 42 million euros. He recently renewed his contract until 2028, but the sale clause remained in the contract at his request.

So far for Newcastle he has made 102 appearances with 14 goals and 14 assists. In the 2023/24 season he played 45 matches. To those close to him, Bruno would have stated that he would like to play in the Champions League next year. Currently, his team occupies seventh place with a remote chance of securing a place in the main European club tournament.

Featured Photo: Bruno Guimarães should move from Newcastle at the end of the European season (Reproduction/Getty Images/Rob Newell/CameraSport)

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