We seemed to have a decent transfer window this summer, and things were even upbeat at the start of the season, but things have changed since then, and two in three fans think the summer transfer window was not a good one for Newcastle United.
Remy Cabella – still adjusting to Premier League
We brought in nine players this summer.
|Siem de Jong||£6M||Ajax|
|Facundo Ferreyra||£1.6M - Season Loan||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|Jamaal Lascelles||£4M||Nottingham Forest|
|Karl Darlow||£3M||Nottingham Forest|
But our inability to get a win in our first three league games, coupled with goings on last Monday seem to have darkened the mood significantly on Tyneside.
We failed to bring a striker and a center-back through the door, but still allowed Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Hatem Ben Arfa leave the club on season long loan deals late on Monday.
Here ‘s the current poll results and there’s still time to vote – one vote per reader.
Did Newcastle Have A Good Transfer Window This Summer?
- No (69%, 3,224 Votes)
- Yes (31%, 1,449 Votes)
Total Voters: 4,673
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