The United Kingdom has been shocked in recent days by information that the Saudi Investment Fund has acquired a 100 per cent stake in Newcastle United for 300 million euros. After a very long story from this deal, current owner Mike Ashley has finally decided to sell his stake. This aroused euphoria among the fans of the club, who have been in open conflict with the English player for a long time.
The elders are looking for a new coach. However, firing Steve Bruce may not be so easy
Immediately after the elders took over the club, speculation began in the British media about a possible big move to St. James Park. During the week, several players have already passed through this information. The new owners of Newcastle United first planned, however, to hire a new coach.
This is what the British newspaper The Times reported. “According to reporters, there are three main candidates to replace Steve Bruce. Among them are Roberto Martinez, Steven Gerrard and Unai Emery. They all currently have employers, so it may be difficult to bring in them in St. James Park.
Robert Martinez is currently with the Belgian national team, but his departure has been the subject of long-running speculation. The Spaniard is already enjoying the rest of his Premier League experience, having worked with Wigan Athletic and Everton. Unai Emery is successful at Villareal, but he certainly would like to return to England after an unsuccessful adventure at Arsenal. On the other hand, Steven Gerrard has not worked as a coach in the Premier League yet, but he has a lot of experience as a player. It is currently working fine in Glasgow RangersBut it is known that his dream is to work in England.
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