In spite of all the pressure and criticism that Alan Pardew had been receiving throughout the entire past season, the English coach is expected to remain in charge of Newcastle United at least until the end of forthcoming campaign.
The owner of Newcastle United Mike Ashley, believes that one of the main reasons on why the club experienced such a disastrous 2nd half of the season was due to the former director of the club Joe Kinnear who did not make a single permanent signing during 2 transfer windows and ultimately Kinnear stepped down from his position in Newcastle United in February.
The lack of any arrivals into the club seriously limited the chances and options for Newcastle United on making a genuine charge at the top spots of the Premier League.
Alan Pardew will be given a significantly high transfer budget in order to upgrade the squad with new arrivals that can help them secure a Europa League spot on the next season.
Newcastle United played their last home match of the recently concluded season by playing against Cardiff City and even though they came out on top with a 3-0 triumph, protests and shouts could be heard and seen in relation to the denial of the home fans towards Alan Pardew.
A midfielder and 2 forwards seem to be the main priorities of the Premier League club with Remy Cabella of Montpellier turning into a highly likely option as Newcastle United attempted to sign him during the January transfer window and are expected to try once more in the summer.
Pardew also revealed his desire on signing more British players into the squad with Jonjo Shelvey from Swansea City and Aston Villa’s Fabian Delph some of the players in his wish-list.