The new owners of Newcastle United have reportedly identified Brighton and Hoves Albion manager, Graham Scott to replace Steve Bruce who is set to be sacked this week.
The Saudi-backed consortium became the owners of The Magpies earlier this week after Mike Ashley sold the club for a fee of £305m.
And one of their first aims is to make the club competitive again which means an exit of Steve Bruce from the club is imminent.
Bruce has kept Newcastle away from relegation in his two seasons at the club since he replaced Rafa Benitez but his style of football has been awful and the new owners are set to introduce a better style of play.
According to The Sun, Graham Potter has been identified as an ideal candidate and could replace Steve Bruce at the club.
The owners feel Graham Potter could do a better job but they would have to price him away from Brighton considering his current deal with The Seagulls which runs for another four years.
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