Report: Matty Longstaff wants to sit down with Newcastle United potential new owners and thrash out a deal


According to The Sun, Newcastle United midfielder Matty Longstaff is all set to sign a long-lasting extension if owner Mike Ashley’s 13- year reign at Saint James’ Parkends


The 20- year-old has a couple of months left on the ₤850- per-week contract he checked in 2018, his first as a pro, and renewal talks broke down prior to the suspension of footballing activities due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Both club and player have not been able to reach an arrangement on what terms for a new deal need to be like, and with a takeover underway, Longstaff enjoys to wait till the new owners get here prior to talks resume.

Antonio Conte’s Inter Milan and Marseille have both authorized interest in the Newcastle academy graduate, and would have been rubbing their hands together at the potential customers of paying simply ₤400,000 in advancement settlement to land his services thissummer


Nevertheless, Matty will very most likely sign a new deal when the general public Mutual Fund of Saudi Arabia finish their takeover as he is a quality player required for the home- grown quota.

Ashley has actually concurred to sell Newcastle for around ₤300 million, and with the Premier League currently bring out its owners’ and directors’ test, an official verification has actually been extensively tipped to take place prior to completion of May.

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