Santiago Muñoz will leave Santos to join Newcastle and everything seems to indicate that he will be leaving on loan for a year with an option to buy.
Newcastle reached an agreement with Santos on the last day of the transfer window in Europe to take Santiago Muñoz on a one-year loan with an option to buy, the English club reported, and he will be registered with the U23 class of magpies.
The player is on loan, but the deal includes an option to make Muñoz’s move to Tyneside permanent.
The 19-year-old Mexican striker will be registered in the Under-23 Magpies category with the possibility of making a first-team appearance during his year on loan with the England national team, which can be purchased from the player. At the end of 12 months of the agreement.
Muñoz will make it to Newcastle U-23, a class run by Scotsman Gary Caldwell, who came off the bench from the Magpies for the current season.
Newcastle U23 participates in Group 2 of the Premier League 2, which is so far led by the new team of Muñoz with seven units, after adding two wins and a draw.
The Magpies come from a season in which they finished last in Group 2 of the Premier League 2. Newcastle U-23 have added 25 units, the product of seven wins, four draws and 13 losses.
It must be remembered that Muñoz has not played an official match since May 31 this year, the day he played 22 minutes of the Guard1anes Clausura 2021 Grand Final, which Santos lost to Cruz Azul.
Later, the striker broke away from the Warriors’ first team because he was distracted by his future, so I spent his final days as a Santos player with the U-20 class he was signed into.
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