The Magpies paid Stoke City £5 million to secure the services of the 29-year-old, and despite scoring in his home league debut, he failed to impress in the long-run, notching just seven goals in 52 appearances.
Joselu featured in 18 games across all competitions last term, starting eight and scoring thrice.
The ex-Real Madrid B striker scored four times in 34 league games in his first season, and despite always giving his best, he is clearly far from a Premier League quality.
A lot of Newcastle fans seem pleased with Joselu’s exit, and here is how some of them reacted to the club’s official announcement on Twitter:
Whilst I appreciate his effort, this is the best news to come out the toon this summer.
— John Macphee (@JohnMacphee87) July 15, 2019
Only good news I’ve heard from yous in a good while
— Paul Chalmers (@paulchalmers_) July 15, 2019
Finally some fantastic news
— ToonMatic2019 (@aggaz2009) July 15, 2019
— Adrian (@Adrian____29) July 15, 2019
Good Luck, no one can say you didn’t give your all! Best of luck at your new club!
— JJ Fletcher (@JJFletcher7) July 15, 2019
At least we got one of the things we wanted in this window
— Fez (@danielferriday) July 15, 2019
Some good news at last
— Fat Back (@northernfatback) July 15, 2019
Best news we’ve had in all year
— NUFC STEVO (@kingstevot) July 15, 2019
At last some good news
— Craig Huggan (@craig_huggan) July 15, 2019
FINALLY SOME GOOD NEWS!!!! #NUFC
— TheDomainist/FUTDistrict (@TheDomainist) July 15, 2019
Bye… You did your best.
— The Kid (@Gadzeelah) July 15, 2019
The Spaniard’s exit means Dwight Gayle is the only recognized senior team striker left at the club, and new attacking additions are needed for next season.
Newcastle are the only Premier League team yet to make a signing this summer, and are also the only side without a permanent manager.