Harvey Barnes has said his move to Newcastle United represents a “massive opportunity” after completing a £38m transfer from Leicester City on Sunday.
The 25-year-old winger is Eddie Howe’s second major signing of a summer which has already seen the Italy midfielder Sandro Tonali arrive at St James’ Park from Milan for £50m.
Barnes has signed a five-year contract in the north-east, where he hopes the chance to play Champions League football next season can help him add to his one England cap.
“I’m delighted,” he said. “It’s an amazing club and, for me, it’s a massive…