Newcastle sign Duncan Ferguson’s son Cameron after goal vs Sunderland on trial

DUNCAN FERGUSON’S son Cameron has joined Newcastle – after scoring against big rivals Sunderland on trial.

Ex-Everton schoolboy striker Cameron, 18, bounced back from Tranmere releasing him with a dream move –  21 years after his dad’s Toon spell.

Newcastle new-boy Cameron Ferguson looks like dad Duncan, and must hope he had emulate the latter's top-flight success

Newcastle new-boy Cameron Ferguson looks like dad Duncan, and must hope he had emulate the latter’s top-flight successCredit: Instagram @nufc

He said: “The coaches have been excellent with me so far and everyone’s been helping me so much, so I can’t wait to get started. 

“Hopefully I can make an impact. The club have put a lot of belief in me and I want to work my hardest and do my best for the team and the club.

“My dad is made up too – he speaks very highly of the club, its fan base and the lovely stadium. 

“When the call came through that I was going to sign, he was so excited and so are the whole family. 

“To come to a club like Newcastle is fantastic and I’m over the moon.”

Ferguson senior is now Everton assistant boss after spending ten years in all at Goodison Park as a player, either side of his two years at St James’ Park.

The ex-Scotland star’s son went on trial with Newcastle towards the end of last season.


And his impressive stint included a goal in an Under-18s match with Sunderland

Ferguson Junior arrives at the Toon along with two teenage centre-backs.

Charlie Wiggett , 18, joins from Chelsea, while 19-year-old Remi Savage was in Liverpool’s FA Youth Cup-winning squad of 2018/19. 

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