The Slovakia international moved to Old Trafford in September on a season-long loan which included the option to make the move permanent next summer.
However, the deal also gave Newcastle the ability to recall the 33-year-old in the January transfer window and they have decided to activate that clause.
Dubravka could now replace Loris Karius as Newcastle’s number two keeper behind Nick Pope, while there have also been suggestions he could be sold permanently this month.
Although short, it has been an enjoyable experience in Manchester and I wish to sincerely thank all the coaches, staff, players and fans of MUFC for their warmth and support during my loan spell.
‘Regarding Newcastle, I have been delighted to see the club make such an impressive start to the season!
‘Newcastle is my home and I will be back to support the squad and the goalkeeping group for the second half of the season.
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