Newcastle United confirmed the signing of winger Saint-Maximin for a reported £16.5m fee in their second deal of the day after also announcing the arrival of Jetro Williems on loan.
The 22-year-old, who can play on either wing and as a centre-forward, moves to St James' Park on a six-year deal.
The player scored six goals and assisted teammates five times last season at Nice, doing so in 34 Ligue 1 appearances.
The Magpies have had a tumultuous summer, with Rafa Benitez leaving the club's managerial hotseat and the former Sunderland boss taking the reins at St James' Park. He is a very talented young player with a big future ahead of him.
Andy Carroll will not be making an emotional return to his boyhood club Newcastle after manager Steve Bruce insisted he is happy with his strikeforce.
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For how much longer the Magpies will continue to try to sign the right-back remains to be seen given the limited time left in the Premier League window.
Saint-Maximin has been on the Newcastle's wishlist all summer, while Watford were also interested in signing him for a club-record £25m earlier in July.