Newcastle United have officially parted ways with the former Manchester United player Steve Bruce as of today as their Head Coach. The 60 year old exits the St. James' Park after he joined them since 2019 and are currently 19th in the premier league table.
After a series of poor results since the beginning of the new campaign and change of club ownership a fortnight ago. The Saudi Arabian tycoon Mohammed bin Salman together with. Amanda and Staveley have made an important step into taking the club back to glory days.
As per fans expectations the managerial change was due and now a look into who comes in to replace the departed manager. As per Daily Mail the Magpies will hold crunch talks with former Roma boss now a free agent Fonseca in the next 24 hours.
Despite early commencement of the same which was not concluded. More is expected soon and if the club come into agreement with the 48 year old then the announcement may be made these week.
The Portuguese tactician has suddenly emerged as a priority ahead of all the aforementioned candidates. A list was drawn comprising of high profile managers in the bid to capture the experienced personnel.
With both Zinedine, Conte, Gerrard, Potter's, Lampard and Howe amongst the front runners. The domestic tacticians both former Bournemouth and the blues coaches. Frank and Howe are still in contention if the club fail to at least agree into terms with the former Fonseca.
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