The midfielder became the Magpies eighth signing of the summer on Wednesday.
Mohamed Diame celebrates scoring the first goal for Hull City with Ahmed Elmohamady
Newcastle United fans have taken to Twitter to react to the signing of Mohamed Diame.
The midfielder completed a move from Hull City to St James Park on Wednesday, becoming their second signing of the day after Ciaran Clark joined from Aston Villa.
Hull's Mohamed Diame in action with Derby's Will Hughes
He has agreed a three-year deal in the North East, sacrificing Premier League football with the Tigers to join Rafa Benitez’s side.
He is the Spaniard’s eighth signing of the summer in what has been a busy transfer window for the club so far.
Hull City's Mohamed Diame (L) and Harry Maguire celebrate winning promotion back to the Premier League at the end of the match
They will be hoping he can enjoy similar success in the Championship as he did last season, when he scored in Hull’s Play-off final success over Sheffield Wednesday.
And reacting on Twitter, it appears that Magpies fans are more than happy with their latest signing.
Signing #Diame is a great piece of business. ✅— Blowin' A Gayle! (@AnotherNUFCView) August 3, 2016
Forcing me to change me Twitter banner is a pain!
In our current situation, Diame is a fantastic signing— Daniel Dryden (@dandryden) August 3, 2016
Diamè is a class signing, solid central player. Shows what can be done with a good manager who's given control #NUFC— James 'Wobby' (@madjimmyr2011) August 3, 2016
What a steal Diame is Clark a great back up addition in the Championship too imo! #nufc— Ryan Chitson (@RChitson) August 3, 2016
Diame and Ritchie are serious bits of business you know ⚽️— Chris Law (@chrislawnufc) August 3, 2016
It remains to be seen what role that Diame will have to play in Newcastle United’s team next season.
The Magpies have a raft of options available to them in midfield at this moment in time, meaning Benitez has big decisions to make about his starting line up next season.
Mohamed Diame celebrates scoring the first goal for Hull City