Newcastle United Players To 'Strike' Over Bonuses Dispute

Rafa Benitez I’m worried about Newcastle

With the club's owner Mike Ashley actively looking to sell the club, it is believed that he has no desire to invest the kind of money into the team's recruitment that many of Newcastle United's rivals are spending. Ten days before the start of the season now and this is wake up call.

The club had survived the drop and had Rafa Benitez for another year.

The club announced that Muto has signed an initial four-year contract at St James' Park.

Newcastle's squad have withdrawn co-operation with the media as part of a dispute with the club over bonuses for the upcoming season, Sky sources understand.

Benitez is adored by the Geordie Faithful, but has something of a strained relationship with the North East clubs controversial owner Mike Ashley, and only last week admitted that he was anxious that he has not signed more players this summer.

But it's not just the supporters who Ashley has angered over funds. "Salomón has been in the Premier League for a while and he knows how demanding it is".

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Though the details of the dispute haven't been reported yet, for every single one of the players of the squad to join in the protest tells you something.

"Things are not going well off the pitch and you can see a reflection of that on the pitch".

"When I chose to stay here it was because it was a project".

He has not been involved with the Reds' first team for most of pre-season, recovering from blisters after an early game and missing the U.S. tour as a result.

"Hopefully we will continue working hard together to ensure the team stay in the Premier League".

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