Erik ten Hag’s stance on taking Newcastle job revealed

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Erik ten Hag’s stance on taking Newcastle job revealed

Steve Bruce sacked

In what was perhaps the least surprising news of the month, Newcastle would announce last week that they had parted ways with Steve Bruce.

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Bruce was appointed Newcastle boss in July of 2019 and went on to manage 97 games for his boyhood club.

In that time, Bruce picked up 29 wins, drew 25 games and lost 43. Bruce leaves the club sat in the relegation zone, having failed to pick up a league win so far this term.

But before this season, Bruce had done a decent job of keeping the cash-strapped Magpies afloat despite Mike Ashley’s clear unwillingness to invest heavily in the squad.

But with Newcastle now having the richest owners in world football, it was obvious to pretty much everyone that Bruce’s days at St James’ were numbered.

Erik ten Hag’s stance on Newcastle job

For the time being, Graeme Jones has found himself in charge of the club and would guide Newcastle to a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace over the weekend.

But is obvious that Newcastle will be searching for a new manager in the near future.

One of the names touted of late has been Ajax boss, Erik ten Hag.

And now, the Daily Mail have provided an insight on the Ajax bosses’ stance on taking over the North East outfit.

It is not great news for Newcastle, however, with the Mail writing that Newcastle are willing to make Ten Hag one of the highest-paid managers in the Premier League, but the Dutchman is reluctant to leave Ajax.

The report adds that Ten Hag is said to have reservations over leaving Ajax for the new project at Newcastle:

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