Newcastle’s new owners ready to pay £16m release clause for Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers
The Metro says Newcastle United’s new owners are ready to pay Brendan Rodgers’ £16million release clause as they look to bring in an established boss to replaced Steve Bruce, according to reports.
The Magpies were bought by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund last week and are now the wealthiest club in world football, with the new owners promising to turn the club into title contenders.
In order to do that, they are looking to appoint a new director of football to lead recruitment – beginning in the January window – and bring in a new manager.
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