Rafa Benitez is yet to start talks with Newcastle United over a new deal - despite reports that discussions have been placed on hold. The Toon boss is open to planning a long-term plan at Newcastle and wants more control over the club’s Academy and Under-23 set-up. Benitez has also made alterations to the club’s scouting system with the club compiling a database of over 500 potential targets over the next few years.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Newcastle vs Royal Antwerp from Spain's Pinatar Arena. The Magpies take on the Belgian Pro League outfit in the final day of their four-day warm weather training camp and they will look to sign off with a win before the two-week international break. Rafa Benitez's side head into the clash on the back of a 3-0 win over Southampton last weekend and spirits seem high in the Magpies' camp.
Ayoze Perez insists “only good things can happen” for Newcastle United under Rafa Benitez . The Toon forward is loving life at St James’ Park under the former Real Madrid manager and believes he can make him into an even better player. Perez has been one of the mainstays in Benitez’s line-up since the ex-Liverpool boss took over two years ago and hopes that his tenure continues. Benitez is out of contract next year, but there are hopes in the dressing room that he will extend his stay.
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