Newcastle star Sandro Tonali noticed in Wetherspoons after shining on Premier League debut

Sandro Tonali, Newcastle’s new £52 million signing, has apparently wasted no time in sampling a few of the metropolis’s nightlife – by hitting up a neighborhood Wetherspoons pub.

The Italian midfielder, who shone on his Premier League debut for the Toon in Saturday’s 5-1 win over Aston Villa, was photographed at The Job Bulman pub in Gosforth.

There was a variety of pleasure on social media after a fan posted a selfie with Tonali within the pub and likewise a photograph of the desk reservation within the star’s identify.

Newcastle followers joked they’d be blissful to purchase him a Moretti beer by way of the Wetherspoons app and likewise questioned if his teammates had stitched him up after asking for restaurant suggestions.

Many contrasted the Spoons expertise with the fantastic eating Tonali was most likely used to whereas at former membership AC Milan, however he seemed blissful sufficient to be there.

Sandro Tonali, a £52 million midfielder from Newcastle, was pictured in a neighborhood Wetherspoons pub in a viral social media put up because the Italian learns the native tradition

Fans additionally identified that Tonali had reserved his desk at The Job Bulman Spoons in Gosforth

Tonali was spectacular on Saturday as Newcastle opened the season by beating Aston Villa

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Tonali, Newcastle’s headliner this summer season as he turned the costliest Italian participant of all time, made a formidable begin at St James’ Park on Saturday night time.

The 23-year-old opened the scoring after six minutes, with additional objectives from Alexander Isak (two), Callum Wilson and Harvey Barnes guaranteeing the right begin to the marketing campaign.

“It was great, the first real game,” he stated Sky Sports Italy after the win.

“I let myself go, we really enjoyed it, especially because the game went so well, just as we prepared it. It was impossible not to enjoy today.

It’s one thing to dream, but another to experience it. Reality is different. I’m happy with how it went, now I’m going to go home, relax and rest, then maybe I’ll realize what happened.’

Tonali added: “It’s a very different reality to Milan and everything has to change, including you to some extent. You don’t do the same things you did before, you don’t meet the same friends you had.

“It’s a very different lifestyle, but I will always remain professional. I felt the warmth of the fans, they cheered me on from the start. When I talked to the coach (Eddie Howe) after the game, I realized how happy he was and how much he loves me.”

Newcastle head to Treble winners Manchester City on Saturday night time for his or her second league project of the season.

Amused Newcastle followers joked that they’d ship him food and drinks by way of the Wetherspoons app

His fantastic volley within the sixth minute was the quickest Premier League objective by a Newcastle debutant

The Italian joined a number of of his teammates as they took the sport properly previous Aston Villa

The devoted of St James’ Park obtained their flashy new midfield maestro with a heat embrace

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