Ryan Fraser ‘agrees to join Newcastle on free transfer with winger set for medical’ after he refused to play for Bournemouth when Premier League restarted in June
- Ryan Fraser is expected to undergo a medical at Newcastle on Monday
- The winger has agreed a deal to join the Premier League club as a free agent
- The Scotland star left Bournemouth in June after refusing to play after lockdown
- Newcastle are also closing in on a deal to sign Norwich full-back Jamal Lewis
Newcastle United have reportedly reached an agreement to sign Ryan Fraser, with the former Bournemouth winger set to undergo a medical on Monday.
The 26-year-old will arrive at St James’ Park on a free transfer following the expiry of his Cherries contract, according to Sky Sports.
The Scotland international has been without a club since June after he refused to play for Bournemouth upon the restart of the Premier League season.
Ryan Fraser has agreed to join Newcastle and will undergo a medical on Monday
Fraser registered 24 goals and 33 assists in 208 Bournemouth appearances after joining the south coast club form Aberdeen in January 2013.
He won the League 1 title in his first season in England and helped the Cherries win the Championship crown in 2014-15, going on to represent the club in the top flight.
Newcastle are also hoping to secure the signing of Jamal Lewis next week.
Newcastle are also closing in on a £15million move for Norwich City left-back Jamal Lewis
The Norwich left-back is expected to complete a £15million switch to the north east after progressing through the academy at the Norfolk club.
With one week remaining until Newcastle begin th 2020-21 campaign against West Ham, Steve Bruce is also hoping to sign Callum Wilson.
The forward 67 goals in 187 games fro Bournemouth and could reunite with former team-mate Fraser in the coming days.
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