Daryl Janmaat
Janmaat is a direct replacement for Mathieu Debuchy.

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has hinted further signings could follow the imminent additions of Daryl Janmaat and Emmanuel Riviere.

Janmaat, the Feyenoord right-back, has been pictured at the Toon's training ground while the club have reportedly won the race to sign Monaco forward Riviere, with Pardew confirming that both deals are close to being completed.

The pair would bring Newcastle's new signings this summer up to six, but Pardew, speaking following the 2-1 friendly defeat to Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night said further deals could be in the offing to ensure the club improve on their disappointing league campaign.

"That [Janmaat deal] is pretty close, but that's about as good as I can say really at the moment," the Newcastle boss told Sky Sports.

"I've obviously been involved in the game today so I don't know really the detail of it, but we're being active at the moment and we need to be, because we need to be stronger than we were last year, for sure.

"That's another one [Riviere] that we're talking to it's difficult to say that they're not done, but he's obviously a player that we have some interest in."

The addition of Janmaat, who featured five times for Netherlands during the World Cup, is expected to trigger Mathieu Debuchy's move to Arsenal.

New signing Siem de Jong began his Newcastle career in the perfect fashion, scoring the opening goal in the loss to Oldham, while Ayoze Perez and Jack Colback both made their debuts. Remy Cabella sat out the fixture but could feature in the club's tour to New Zealand.

Pardew added: "It was a nice bonus for us to see that quality on the pitch from one of our new players – it was a fantastic goal. Siem got a great goal and showed he is going to produce those moments."