Former Tottenham and England striker Darren Bent feels all however two gamers are weak to being bought following the takeover of Newcastle United.
The Magpies have lastly waved goodbye to Mike Ashley after the £305m takeover by the Saudi Public Funding Fund. The deal was accomplished on Thursday after seemingly being placed on maintain for a lot of months. Businesswoman Amanda Staveley – who helped dealer the deal – has outlined her ambitions for the club.
And a few players will now be looking over their shoulders at the possibility of being moved on. After rallying to finish 12th last term, it has been a tough start to 2021-2022 for the north-east outfit.
Yet to win a Premier League game, they sit 19th in the table with just three points to their name. A number of names have been put forward as possibilities to switch Bruce, with Steven Gerrard the present favorite.
However it’s the gamers who’re failing and Bent feels the bulk must be sweating on their futures.
“The 2 gamers who can be comfy are Callum Wilson and Saint-Maximin,” he informed talkSPORT. “They might most likely be the final to go however everybody else (must be fearful).
“You take a look at their place within the league desk, how may the gamers in a staff that’s second from backside assume they’re alright?
“I don’t assume there’s a rush with the goalkeepers Darlow and Dubravka. However the remainder of the staff gained’t be considering ‘I feel I’m alright’ with the staff second from backside.”
Wilson has scored twice from three league outings this time period. Saint-Maximin has been the Tynesiders’ greatest participant by far, paying each minute of their seven top-flight matches. He has scored twice and been vigorous all through.
Bent feels Gerrard a well-liked alternative
Gerrard has been in control of Rangers for 3 seasons. He lastly managed to finish Celtic’s monopoly of the Scottish Premiership title by successful it in type final season.
The Gers went unbeaten all through the league marketing campaign to assert their first crown in 10 years. Bent doesn’t really feel he’s an apparent alternative however has the pedigree to succeed.
“It’s a wierd one as a result of he doesn’t have that a lot expertise however he did a implausible job at Rangers final 12 months,” he added. “He’s a Premier League legend and he’s on the up in phrases that he’s fairly new in his managerial profession and has had success already.
“I feel Newcastle followers can be proud of that.”