Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval | The delay in confirming the £300m Saudi takeover is having an impact on the futures of first-team players.

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval

Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval
Newcastle takeover leaves club in limbo with new deals needing Saudi consortium approval
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Matty Longstaff and Andy Carroll are reportedly facing an anxious wait to discover whether they have a future at Newcastle due to the potential new owners of the club.

The Premier League are yet to announce whether the £300million takeover by a Saudi-backed consortium has been given the green light more than two months after the deal was first agreed.

And Premier League chief Richard Masters has been hesitant to give any details of their discussions amid criticism from human rights groups.

Nevertheless, the buyers are already making their feeling known regarding key decisions at the club.

According to the Daily Mail, managing director Lee Charnley must consult them over financial matters, including contracts for players.

Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll faces an anxious wait (Image: GETTY)

Longstaff is out of contract at the end of the month and although he is keen to remain at St James' Park, he has received an offer from Serie A side Udinese which he is mulling over.

The report adds that Andy Carroll, who has had an injury-hit season, is waiting to hear whether his contract will be extended to enable him to play in the final nine games of the season because he hasn't played enough to activate an automatic extension.

Meanwhile, former Newcastle midfielder Lee Clark has called for the prospective new owners to bring back Kevin Keegan to help with raising the mood.

"There are lots of things that can be done to get the feel-good factor back and get the relationship with the supporters and the club strong like it used to be when everyone felt like they were working for each other and the same cause," he told Express Sport.

Matty Longstaff

Matty Longstaff's future is unclear (Image: GETTY)

"Get the players back from all different eras of the club to do hospitality, go into the bars in the stands and mingle with the supporters again, so the fans want to come to the ground early. You can eat and drink with former players.

"Get someone like Kevin Keegan to be on the board of directors or an advisor and a director of football with a link to the club.

"I see it at Liverpool with ex-players everywhere you look, Manchester City, Manchester United and Spurs all do it.

"Real interaction between the supporters and the club builds strong ties and means they can go forward.

"It is small things but they mean a hell of a lot to the people who support the club.

"[Under Ashley] the biggest breakdown has been between the supporters and the people who run the club and when you've got that sort of scenario, you are not designed for success. Everyone needs to be together.

"There's been a lot of things done wrong in the way the club has tried to do things and it has made a discord with the supporters and created a tough atmosphere for the players and managers to work in.

"Everyone needs to be together."



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