Newcastle part-owner Amanda Staveley met Steve Bruce on the membership’s coaching floor on Monday with the supervisor’s future nonetheless unclear.
Staveley, who owns 10% of the membership, and accomplice Mehrdad Ghodoussi additionally met gamers because the squad started preparations for Newcastle’s recreation in opposition to Tottenham at St James’ Park on Sunday.
A big proportion of followers need Bruce to depart the membership.
Newcastle are winless and second from backside within the Premier League.
The brand new homeowners, who took over the membership in a £305m deal on Thursday, have been linked with former Borussia Dortmund supervisor Lucien Favre, Steven Gerrard and former Chelsea boss Frank Lampard as potential replacements.
Bruce’s assistant Graeme Jones may be a brief stand-in for the under-fire supervisor, who is about for his 1,000th recreation in administration in opposition to Spurs.
Jones, 51, joined the membership halfway via final season from Bournemouth and is a Newcastle fan.