As Antonio Conte rules out a move to Newcastle, Graham Potter is “on the list of next management prospects.”
Newcastle United have been linked with Graham Potter.
In the wake of the club’s £305 million takeover by a Saudi Arabian-led group, Graham Potter is said to be on a “Newcastle list of next management options.” Since taking over as manager of Brighton and Hove Albion last season, he has done wonders for the Seagulls.
He’s built on last season’s strong performance, in which the club narrowly avoided relegation by finishing in 16th position, with a fantastic start to the new season.
Brighton have won four, drawn two, and lost one of their first seven games, and they are now tied with Manchester City, Manchester United, and Everton on points.
Potter has been able to do so while imposing a new, more expansive, more appealing style of play, which has seen Brighton play some of the greatest passing football in the division on numerous occasions.
He has been a sought-after manager for some time, having been linked with the post at Tottenham Hotspur both before and after Nuno Espirito Santo was appointed.
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Potter, according to the Sun, is on a “list of manager options” at St James’ Park.
The Magpies have entered probably the most exciting period in their existence, with a Saudi-led group led by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund (PIF) purchasing the club from controversial chairman Mike Ashley.
Newcastle is the richest club in the Premier League, and one of the wealthiest in the world, thanks to the PIF, which is thought to own 80 percent of the club’s shareholdings. The PIF is worth £320 billion, making it the richest club in the Premier League and one of the wealthiest in the world.
The incoming owners may wish to sweep the club and replace many of the personnel with their own people, therefore current Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is expected to be fired.
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Conte’s comments about Nuno’s work at Tottenham have sparked controversy.
Arsenal made the proper decision to sell Guendouzi based on his recent actions.
The former Sunderland manager has already stated that he wishes to be given an opportunity by the new owners, but it would not surprise me if they chose to hire their own manager instead.
Potter’s efforts with Brighton, Swansea City, and Ostersunds may have earned him a spot in Newcastle’s new ownership group. “Brinkwire News Summary.”