Football Newcastle United may soon have a new coach. According to The Sun, the team which was taken over by billionaires from Saudi Arabia last week would like to hire legendary coach and footballer Frank Lampard, who last worked at Chelsea.
Last week Saudi investors took over the England team and Newcastle suddenly became the richest team in the world. You can expect big staff changes, which should affect current coach Steve Bruce.
The 60-year-old coach was also on the mat with the new management and his future was on the table. However, the squad currently in penultimate place in the Premier League should receive a boost in the form of a new manager. A hot contender is former footballer Frank Lampard, who threw himself on the coaching trail after his career ended.
The Chelsea legend, 43, subsequently took over his club at heart in July 2019, but found herself prematurely on the bench for the Blues in January and is currently without a commitment.
Dortmund coach Lucien Favre, Leicester coach Brendan Rogers and Brighton driver Graham Potter are also in Newcastle’s search engine, according to The Sun.
Here’s how Newcastle fans greeted the new owner:
“Total travelaholic. Subtly charming zombie geek. Friend of animals everywhere. Music buff. Explorer. Tv junkie.”