The forward could make his debut for Fulham in Wednesday's pre-season friendly against Sampdoria.
Japan forward Yoshinori Muto is set to join Newcastle United from Mainz after the clubs struck a deal and the player agreed terms and had a medical, the Premier League team said on Friday.
The 23-year-old has been linked with a return to Craven Cottage since the transfer window opened, and according to Sky Sports News, a £20m offer has now been accepted by Newcastle.
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He then went on to say, that after examination, he had suffered a cruciate ligament injuries with doctors likely to operate in the next few days.
"He will need an operation, and he will need some time".
"We needed a centre-back before [Lejeune's injury] and still we need maybe another one".
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"The deal is done with Fulham and [Mitrovic] has an agreement", Benitez added last night.
"It's something we were expecting and it's now a case of looking to see if we can bring someone else to replace him". "He has done well in the Bundesliga, so we're talking about a striker that's doing well in the last few years at global level". "I don't control the accounts but, if you do the maths, we have enough money".
This statistic, combined with Muto's ten goals - which can only get higher - has the ability to tear up the Premier League in the 2018/2019 campaign, and reinvigorate Benitez' lack of attack.
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