The 24-year-old has committed to a long-term contract at St James' Park, becoming Alan Pardew's fifth senior signing of the summer
The 24-year-old striker has signed a long-term contract with the Premier League club and becomes Alan Pardew's fifth signing this summer.
"I'm very happy to be here at Newcastle," Riviere told Newcastle's official website.
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"My dream was always to play in the Premier League and Newcastle have given me the opportunity to realise that."
Pardew added: "This is an important signing because the striking area is one we really had to improve.
"We have looked at Emmanuel for a while and we know he will score goals for us.
"He is quick, hungry for success and will love having 50,000 Geordies cheering him on and singing his name.
"I am really looking forward to integrating Emmanuel in the group and cannot wait to see him in action for us."
A Monaco statement read: "AS Monaco and the English club Newcastle United have reached an agreement for the transfer of Emmanuel Riviere.
"AS Monaco wishes to thank Riviere for everything he has brought to the club, including his 17 goals in 50 games.
"AS Monaco wishes Manu success for the rest of his career."
Newcastle have already signed Ayoze Perez from Tenerife, Jack Colback from Sunderland, Siem de Jong from Ajax and Remy Cabella from Montpellier as Pardew continues to bolster his squad ahead of the new season.