Ayoze Perez is said to be one of several players now considering their futures following Rafael Benitez's departure as Newcastle United manager.
Ayoze Perez is reportedly one of several players who are seriously considering their futures at Newcastle United following Rafael Benitez's departure as manager.
The Magpies announced on Monday that Benitez will leave the club at the end of the week after talks over a new deal with controversial owner Mike Ashley reached an impasse.
The Spaniard was reportedly not given advance notice of the decision before it was made public, prompting an angry reaction from supporters, who have urged Ashley to sell the club as soon as possible.
According to a report in The Sun, the ire also extends to the Newcastle dressing room, where several players are now contemplating leaving St James' Park this summer.
The newspaper says that top scorer Perez is considering a move to Spain, while Fabian Schar, Martin Dubravka and Isaac Hayden are all open to offers for their services.
Mikel Arteta, David Moyes, Claudio Ranieri and Sean Dyche are among the names in the frame to succeed Benitez on Tyneside.
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