Bruno Guimaraes drops major hint over Newcastle United future with St James' Park photo

Bruno Guimaraes dropped a hint as to his future after Newcastle United beat West Ham at the weekend.

Following Newcastle United's 90th minute win over West Ham on Saturday, Bruno Guimaraes took to social media to drop a major hint on his future at the club.

The Brazilian is admired by multiple clubs and recent reports have suggested Paris Saint-Germain are monitoring him closely.

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And Guimaraes- who has a £100m release clause- was open about his disappointment on how the season was panning out for Newcastle which elicited some uncertainty surrounding his future at the club.

Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.
Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimaraes. | AFP via Getty Images

It has also been suggested in order to bolster their squad this summer in line with Premier League Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR), Newcastle may have sell the midfielder. Speaking on the matter ahead of Brazil's friendly against England at Wembley, Guimaraes said: "I don't know exactly. I am not involved in that. We never know what is going to happen but I'm happy at the club. Of course I'm disappointed about our season but I think we still have a chance to finish at least seventh, Europa League or Conference League.

"But about the club staff, I cannot speak too much. I don't know what is going to happen in the future but what I can say is I am so grateful for Newcastle."

However, after United's 4-3 win over West Ham on Saturday, Guimaraes was vocal on social media about his love for the club- suggesting maybe he's not going anywhere.

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"My whole life in our stadium this can't be better," he wrote alongside a photo of his wife Ana and son Matteo. Guimaraes married his long-term girlfriend Ana last summer and the couple welcomed their second son, Pietro, last month.

Newcastle United are back in action on Tuesday when they welcome Everton to St James' Park (7:30pm kick-off.)

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