Former Burnley defender Kieran Trippier is poised to move back to the Premier League and head to Newcastle United after the Magpies agreed a £12m transfer fee.
The Atletico Madrid right-back spent four seasons at Turf Moor between 2011 and 2015, racking up 185 appearances and scoring seven goals in that time with the Clarets.
The 31-year-old won promotion to the top flight with the Clarets in 2014, before moving to Spurs the following year for a reported £3.5m fee.
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He spent five years in North London, racking up 114 appearances and scoring twice, with his final game for the club being the 2019 Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.
He moved to Spanish giants Atletico Madrid that summer, penning a three-year contract with Diego Simeone’s side.
But speculation has surrounded his future in Spain and it appears he is now set to return to England.
It is being widely reported that an initial fee of £12m with future add-ons has been agreed between the Magpies and Atleti.
The Guardian reports that personal terms have also been agreed with the player and a medical is being organised before he can be officially unveiled by the Premier League club.
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