Buy Newcastle United for at least £40m.  There is an agreement between the clubs

Anthony Gordon’s move from Everton to Newcastle United has come at the last stretch, according to Sky Sports’ Keith Downey.

Newcastle United have reached a £45m deal to buy Anthony Gordon, according to Keith Downey. This amount may already include bonuses. Paul Joyce mentions 40 million. The footballer is scheduled to undergo medical examinations within the next 24 hours.

Sky Sports previously reported that the 21-year-old has reached consensus with Newcastle on individual terms and is set to force his current employer to move to St James’ Park.

£40m or £45m less than what the media have reported so far, suggesting the Toffees want at least £60m for their player. At one point this was what Chelsea was supposed to offer him, which was reportedly refused.

Born in Liverpool, Gordon has been with Everton for over 10 years. Last season was his first full season in the Premier League. During his time, the winger played 35 matches, scoring four goals and assisting two. This season he scored three goals in 16 matches, scoring against Brentford, Leeds United and Crystal Palace.

If nothing goes wrong, this will be Newcastle’s first big transfer in the winter window. So far, the Magpies have only signed 18-year-old Garang Kuol from Australia, which cost less than half a million pounds.

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