English Premier League’s Newcastle United have signed Emil Krafth from French side Amiens.
Newcastle have confirmed signing the 25-year-old right back for an undisclosed fee after a successful medical yesterday afternoon. The Swedish international will play his football at St James’ Park for the next four years, confirmed the club.
In what is a fourth signing under new club boss Steve Bruce, Krafth follows the likes of Joelinton from Hoffenheim, Jake Turner from Bolton and Allan Saint-Maximin from Nice.
“Newcastle United have completed the signing of defender Emil Krafth from Ligue 1 side Amiens for an undisclosed fee,” announced the club on their website.
The Magpies will kick off the new season at home to Arsenal on Sunday 11 August.
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