After 63 days of deals the transfer window has officially closed.
Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and York City have signed more than 20 players, but who do you think is the deal of the summer?
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Action-packed or composed close? How much business are the North East clubs doing on deadline day. Follow the details here.Read the full story ›
Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren is hoping to hang on to all his best players as the transfer window draws to a close.
Speculation has been rife all summer that one of the Magpies' bigger names could leave St James' Park if a sizeable offer was received.
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Steve McClaren was a happy man after seeing £13 million signing Florian Thauvin mastermind the first victory of his reign.Read the full story ›
Newcastle swept aside Northampton 4-1 in the second round of the Capital One Cup.
New boy Florian Thauvin took just three minutes to find the net on his home debut.
Siem De Jong, Daryl Janmaat and Mike Williamson also scored for the Magpies, with Northampton's only goal coming from a penalty.
Sunderland are through to round three after a 6-3 win at home to Exeter.
Jermaine Defoe got a hat-trick, Jack Rodwell scored twice and Duncan Watmore found the back of the net once.
Middlesbrough beat Burton Albion 2-1 after extra time having first gone down to an own goal. Christian Stuani's second goal of the night eventually earned Boro the win.
Hartlepool and York were both knocked out by their Premiership opponents. Pools lost 4-0 at home to Bournemouth, and York City went down 3-0 at Swansea City.
Jack Colback feels the critics were too quick to jump on Newcastle following the loss at the Liberty Stadium, which came a week after they started the season with a 2-2 draw against Southampton.
"It's quite scary how quickly this season everyone is being criticised, it's daft after two games, but that's the nature of the game," the Newcastle midfielder said after drawing against Manchester United.
"Everyone is quick to jump on the negativity but as players you have to focus. We were disappointed last week, but we focused quickly on the next game and we have got a point."
Man United's unblemished start to the Premier League season came to an end as they were held to a draw by Newcastle at Old Trafford.Read the full story ›
Newcastle United boss Steve McClaren says that's probably that for summer spending, but never say never.
Florian Thauvin says he's fit and ready to play if called upon at Old Trafford.
It's not the most likely venue for the start of a Magpie revolution, but this is Newcastle United, so the unexpected is always just around he corner.
Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren has said he is "very pleased" with his new signings, but that he thinks "that's it for now".Read the full story ›
Premier League Preview: Newcastle search for first league win this season against Manchester United
Newcastle United are the second-biggest net spenders in the Premier League this summer, well ahead of Manchester United.
Florian Thauvin has cost a lot of money - the fee to sign him from Marseille is thought to be around £13 million.
The 22-year-old winger is the Magpie's fifth summer signing and is expected to make his debut away at Manchester United this weekend.