They have also both tweeted of their excitement at joining Newcastle United. This is what former Chelsea midfielder Kyle Scott has tweeted.
– Exciting new chapter for myself , happy
to have signed for @NUFC & can’t wait to get started.? Meet the fans & play for this great club. Special mention to this man Neil for getting everything sorted… Ready to work. ?? ???????? pic.twitter.com/52w6cFA3L4
— Kyle_Scott (@kylescott22) July 29, 2019
Here is what ex-Bolton goalkeeper Jake Turner has tweeted.
Absolutely buzzing to have signed for @NUFC Can’t wait for the journey to begin. Hard work starts now?? I would also like to say a massive thank you to all the staff, players and fans at @OfficialBWFC ? pic.twitter.com/EP3hv10x7y
— Jake Turner (@JakeTurner_1) July 29, 2019
Both players seem very excited to begin the next chapter of their careers at Newcastle. Both will slot right into the U23s to work with new head coach Neil Redfearn.
They also both mention being sold on the club by some of our current and former players. Kyle Scott says that he has known Rolando Aarons since both were children. He said that Aarons told him all about the club and the passion of the Newcastle supporters.
He also referenced the emergence of Sean Longstaff as one of the reasons he decided to come to Newcastle. This is what he said about his opportunity at Newcastle.
“Looking at the opportunity here, it’s even greater than at clubs like Chelsea and Manchester City.
“Newcastle is a massive club with massive history, and for young kids they get that opportunity – obviously you see with Longstaff, he did it last year – so it’s a good opportunity for me.”
We hope Kyle can have a similar impact to Sean Longstaff in the coming years. He would prove to be a massive bargain if he could.
Jake Turner– has a big opportunity at Newcastle
Jake Turner has also given a very nice interview to nufc.co.uk this morning. He also speaks of receiving a glowing review of the club but this time from former Magpie Sammy Ameobi.
“I’ve watched the Premier League and seen them playing, and I spoke to Sammy Ameobi who used to be here when he was a bit younger.
“He was saying that it’s a great club, and all the staff are great. Just from that experience, I couldn’t wait to get here once I heard about it.
“Sammy’s a good lad and I trust his opinion – he loved his time here. I can’t wait to get started.”
Well, that was really nice of Sammy who is now 27-years-old if you would believe it. He spent the last three seasons with Jake at Bolton before too leaving as a free agent. Sammy has joined Nottingham Forest this summer.
We are very pleased for both Kyle Scott and Jake Turner who have landed at Newcastle United at a time when they both hope to develop and contribute to the first-team in a few years time.