Gary Neville believes Newcastle’s new house owners will change Eddie Howe with a high-profile supervisor like Mauricio Pochettino in a “couple of years” time.
Talking on the newest episode of The Overlap, Neville stated: “Eddie Howe will do the job for a few years at Newcastle, possibly longer. However I feel at a sure level they are going to usher in a supervisor that shall be a (Mauricio) Pochettino or a unique (supervisor).”
Neville predicts that Pochettino would solely go for a “prime six membership” or Newcastle ought to he return to the Premier League, feeling his aspirations “could be greater” than a membership like Aston Villa after spells at Tottenham and PSG.
In keeping with Sky Sports, Pochettino was the Saudi PIF’s prime goal to exchange Steve Bruce again in 2020, nevertheless it appears naïve of Neville to consider we’ll go for a much bigger identify earlier than lengthy, as a supervisor with European pedigree doesn’t assure success within the league or on the continent.
As we’ve seen by our recruitment, our new house owners haven’t obsessed over marquee signings or flashy names since shopping for the membership final October. This additionally applies to Howe, who appears to be the right match on Tyneside as a hard-working, meticulous coach with recent concepts and a excessive ceiling.
Mehrdad Ghodoussi not too long ago acknowledged that he’d “love Eddie (Howe) to be the following (Sir) Alex Ferguson“, so it seems like he’s somebody they’ve large religion in for the brief, medium and long run.
Personally, I discover it troublesome to examine a future with out him on the helm, with these feedback from Neville doing Howe an injustice. The gaffer has fully revolutionised the squad within the final ten months and I can solely see us transferring in the correct path within the close to future.