Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Newcastle Owner Mike Ashley Says He Wants Rafa Benitez To Stay On

Newcastle Owner Mike Ashley Says He Wants Rafa Benitez To Stay On

Cahill suggested Chelsea were focused on next weekend's FA Cup final against Manchester United, but would be irritated if any members of the team had taken the clash at St James' Park lightly. However, Benitez was left frustrated by the club's efforts in the transfer market.

"Now, we have to make sure that we do the right things and are on the same page".

The Blues' hopes of playing in next season's Europe topflight competition faded away when they drew 1-1 to Huddersfield Town at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.

Benitez's representatives have held a number of discussions with Newcastle's managing director, Lee Charnley, and those talks are set to continue this week.

It was a tribute to all Benitez has done this season, as well as a plea for him to stay and build on a hugely encouraging first season back in the top flight.

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"It is clear what we need", said Benitez. "If he can do that with that squad, can you imagine what he'd do with some backing and some finance?" "They are different in terms of characteristics, but the team could do well with one or the other one".

That decision remains in the balance, although surely it would be madness for Benitez to give this up.

There were similar scenes yesterday, with the Spaniard being serenaded from all four corners of the ground as he led his squad on a post-match lap of honour.

"He will be one of the names in the head of the manager until the last minute".

"Copy and paste. It's exactly the same as a year ago. The fans appreciate this togetherness, and the relationship we have created".

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