Bruno Guimaraes pays gratitude to Newcastle United devoted supporters

At Newcastle United, Bruno Guimaraes is experiencing something very different. The 24-year-old became a statement signing for the Magpies in January, capping off a thrilling month for Toon supporters.

His move from Lyon might cost £42 million, making him the most expensive newcomer. That is more than Newcastle paid in 2019 for Joelinton. Bruno arrived with a lot of cash and a lot of clouts. He appeared to be the type of player who could completely change the Magpies’ midfield.That’s why, in his first few games, Toon supporters greeted him with chants of ‘Bruno, Bruno Bruno’ whenever he appeared on the touchline to warm up.

Due to injury, Guimaraes has been promoted to the starting lineup for Newcastle. Even though the Magpies lost to Chelsea and then Everton, he’s started the last three games and impressed.

He’s going to be a huge player for Newcastle in the coming years. There’s still a lot more to come for the Brazil international, but he’s already settling in nicely.While on international duty, the midfielder spoke to Globo Esporte about life at Newcastle.””The supporters love me, which is something I didn’t have at Athletico, where I was an idol and won one of the club’s most important trophies,”” he stated, as translated by Sport Witness.

“”The fans here have already started a chant and are wearing shirts with my photo on them.”” Shirt featuring various photos of myself on it. It’s ‘Bruno! Bruno! Bruno!’ if I make a reverse pass. They tried to invade the pitch after I scored.

“”It’s been too cool; I’m having a great time here.””Bruno expresses his gratitude for the outpouring of support from fans, acknowledging that it’s unlike anything he’s ever known. And the more he improves in a Newcastle shirt, the more fans will fall in love with him.The Brazilian has already shown flashes of brilliance. Even if it was only for a few minutes against Everton, his debut cameo was thrilling. In that game, he demonstrated his passing brilliance as well as his goal against Southampton.

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