With it confirmed that Martin Dubravka has been ruled out for two months, we assess who will start our new campaign between the sticks.
If recent reports are to be believed, we may soon be adding Steve Bruce to this list as the Newcastle United manager is said to be “buying British” during the upcoming transfer window.
As of midnight on July 31st, Matty Longstaff was no longer contracted to Newcastle United. We have ran this situation through our head many times since, attempting to decide whether it was the correct decision as we were met with conflicting thoughts.
With the final match of the 2019/20 Premier League season on the horizon, we wanted to reflect on how our seasons have concluded in past years. We therefore take a look back to the past five seasons, while discussing the possible outcome of today’s fixture against Liverpool, the champions of England.
The takeover is still yet to be completed, but with the recent wave of transfer headlines, it feels as if we are already on the boundaries of a brand new era at Newcastle United. Throughout this article we will take a look at every linked name, and rate their chances of lining up at St James Park anytime soon.
The latest batch of Newcastle United takeover rumours surfaced around 2 months ago. We have seen a lot of speculation from journalists throughout this period, with some being trustworthy sources and other reports just aiming to attract attention.
With the Newcastle takeover within touching distance, we have been linked with some of the biggest names in footballing management. Ranging from Mauricio Pochettinio to Rafa Benitez, and Massimiliano Allegri, the future certainly look exciting. When the takeover is completed there is no doubt Steve Bruce will be replaced, but this should not overshadow the job he has done on Tyneside.
Here we take a look at our current squad to pick out which players are on the fringes of an international call-up.
With the takeover just waiting for Premier League approval, I thought we could start looking towards the future. With a new, ambitious owner looking to fire us back up the Premier League table, the first few signings will be essential in sending a message of intent.
WIth brand new rumors circulating, linking former Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, to the NUFC hotseat, we thought we’d compare the Argentinian to another man hotly tipped for the position, Rafa Benitez.