Newcastle On Verge Of Signing Adarabioyo

Newcastle On Verge Of Signing Adarabioyo

Newcastle United are on the verge of signing Fulham defender, Tosin Adarabioyo after agreeing a deal with him.

Recall that the Adarabioyo will be out of contract this summer at Craven Cottage and has drawn interest from Manchester United.


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According to Sky Sports, the main details of a contract have been agreed between the player’s agents and Newcastle.

Some minor issues still need to be resolved to settle the transfer.

The deal is expected to be finalized in the coming days, making Adarabioyo Newcastle’s first signing of the summer transfer window, shortly to be followed by the arrival of Kelly.

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  • Chima E Samuels 3 weeks ago

    Tosin is the one player we need in SE. He has the right mentality and can play comfortably with the ball at his feet from behind. Osho is good but for me he is in the class of average defenders with poor mentality that doesn’t help a winning team, and to make matters worst and confirm my testament he was all over the place against a technical Man City side who forced him to score his own goal keeper. Nigerians let us not be clamouring for Epl players just for its sake except if they have the quality.

    • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

      Hahahahaha…..are you drunk…? Which Osho did you see playing against Mancity this season…..LMAOOo. The 3 times Luton played City this season (Dec 2023, Feb 2024 and April 2024) Osho did not play….So which Osho did you see playing against Man City in your hallucinations…?

      And even if he were to have played against Mancity….and then what…??? Man City this, Man City that…….Can you please tell us how many defenders manage to escape being embarrassed by Man city, not to talk more of a when a small team like Luton meets Man city…?

      1 match out of a possible 23 matches (albeit Mancity of all clubs – back to back to back EPL champions) is your flimsy reason why Osho should not be invited.

      Leave Osho alone.

      He deserves a place in the SE already. Any CB who gets to start regularly when fit for an EPL deserves to be in this current SE team.

      Look for better excuses for why he shouldn’t be invited to the SE.

    • Chima E Samuels 2 weeks ago

      My bad rather the game against Liverpool where he was all over the place making silly errors. One man’s meat is another’s poison that is why I will choose Tosin over Osho for the sake of winning mentality and class.

      • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

        So it is your yet ineligible Tosin that has never been turned inside out by far greater teams b4…? He was left sprawling on the flaw 2ce by Cody Gakpo when he also played against the same Liverpool in their 1-3 loss in the league. So since 1 bad game makes Osho bad, I wonder what you have to say about Tosin’s 2 bad games against same Liverpool this past season….LMAOoo

        Continue fantasizing about Adabioyo whom you are not even sure will commit to Nigeria yet…..LMAOoo. You can as well fantasize about Giorgio Chiellini playing for nigeria when eligible players are on the fringes begging for a chance to represent their fatherland.

  • Collins Id 3 weeks ago

    Balogun played very well Yesterday, the Guy havnt retired from national duty, why did finidi ignored him? the guy is still very fit, he is more experienced why was he ignored for taminu and awaziem, balogun can partner ajayi very well.
    Adarabioyo is not seriouse about his commitment to the supereagles, the shakara is too much, thank God benjamin Friedrich has been promoted to brentford first team, if he gets games which i know he will play games, because that boy is a rare gem in defending, he hardly put a wrong foot, he and bassey or ogwuche his partner in the under20 wcup, they are solid enough, finidi should be bold enough to play these young deffenders instead of the tanzania player, ogbuche plays top division football some where in europe he shouldnt be overlooked defending and keeping a clean shit against the italians and argentina in their own family house is not a deffense to be ignored, even at under 20 level, those teams could easily run out omeruo ajayi and co to be honest. Even a winger like jude sunday or ibeji should have replaced out of form kelechi and chukueze in the real sense, agbalaka a proper left back is ignored after a wonderful display at the wcup despite you dont have a left back. This finidi is so kind of ignorant i hope he really know what he is doing. Sani keita, taiwo, and mikel was already integrated into the supereagles by 2006 a year after the 2005 under20 wcup, same as musa, but these guys are not getting chances at all, tochukwu Nnadi and daga should have been choosing ahead of onyedika and aribo in this last nations cup they are older than the angolians we struggled to bit.

    • Ololo 3 weeks ago

      My exact problem with indigenous coaches.. I just saw Benin squad for the upcoming games and the squad looks wicked and serious.. others are inviting 25 players , Nigeria invited 23.. we are inviting defendes in Tanzania and Remo stars when an experienced balogun is still playing for his club.. what did akpoguma do to the coaches that no one invites him anymore… I just hope we win those two games

      • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

        The disdain for foreign-born players by Egavoen and his toy-boy is not an hidden phenomenon.

        If Balogun was deemed good enough to play in a derby-game cup final, I wonder what made him not good enough for the national team.

        Oh…I remember, he dared to go to press to reveal the rot in the NFF’s administration of the SE.

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