"I am really looking forward to playing in front of the fans", Muto told the club's official website.
However, we may have issues agreeing on a transfer fee for our top two left-back targets so a move for the West Brom fullback can not be ruled out.
A target man has been imperative for Benitez after the struggles of Islam Slimani last season, and he has finally landed West Brom hitman Rondon after weeks of speculation.
Rondon will provide Newcastle with the physicality that Gayle lacked and act as a focal point in attack.
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"I said two months ago what we needed, and 10 days before the start of season we have four or five players we thought we could bring but we haven't - and we still are where we are", concluded a frustrated Benitez. Pressed as to whether he was referring to recruitment at a club showing a profit on summer dealing he replied: "Everything - I'm really anxious".
The Magpies had already snapped up Martin Dubravka, Fabian Schar, Ki Sung-yueng, Kenedy and Yoshinori Muto to boost Rafael Benitez's options, but the Spaniard has remained in pursuit of another striker.
And after finalising the move, Rondon expressed his pride at joining "one of the biggest clubs in the Premier League".
"Hopefully we will continue working hard together to ensure the team stay in the Premier League".
In July 2016 Dwight Gayle signed for Newcastle where he netted 23 goals in 32 appearances, he had the best minutes-per-goal ratio in the division, as Newcastle United won the Sky Bet Championship.