Newcastle United have agreed to sign Japan striker Yoshinori Muto from Mainz for 9.5 million pounds (about $12.5 million), British media reported Thursday.
Instead, Newcastle United opted to bring on Adam Armstrong for Joselu half-way through the second half.
Manager Rafael Benítez confirmed that his club are on the verge of selling forward Aleksandar Mitrovic to Fulham and the manager hopes that they can quickly turn those funds into cover for Lejeune's injury.
The 26-year-old featured for his nation at the World Cup and will arrive on Tyneside to hopefully strengthen the Magpies in the final third, after Benitez's side struggled for consistency in front of goal last season.
"It means we can bring in another striker and we can be stronger", he said.
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As he looks ahead to a potential move to England before the close of the transfer window, Muto said, "My goal is to net 10 goals, a number I haven't reached during a season (overseas)".
"We did this business with Muto because we needed to do something more".
Newcastle stated: "Newcastle United can confirm that Japan worldwide Yoshinori Muto has been on Tyneside today ahead of a proposed move to the club".
Newcastle hold the trump cards though as Leicester will not accept a sale of Maguire until a replacement is secured, so they could stand firm.