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NEWCASTLE boss BENITEZ: "I'm waiting for a call from the club"

29.04.2019 11.21 by Claudio Colla  read 1431
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Asked about his future, in or away from Newcastle, Magpies boss Rafa Benitez, recently linked to both PSG and Marseille, stated: "At the end of day, every moment counts, because you just want to make your best and start working on the improvements to want to bring. Anyway, we'll see. Meanwile, I'm talking to the CEO every week, I'm fine and at ease. What's going to happen is not up to me, and I'm waiting for an official call from the club. Comparing each view on what to do with the other is the key. If we want to keep on together, we might have to meet each other in the middle".

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