Gary O’Neil says he is taking pleasure in his stint as Bournemouth caretaker manager and is in “no rush” to depart the club.
The Cherries have taken four details from two online games with O’Neil in cost, and check out Newcastle on Saturday.
O’Neil reported: “I am making the most of the time I get to lead the boys. We have supplied our most effective so far. I love the location, I’m in no hurry to get away from Bournemouth.”
A Las Vegas-led consortium is reportedly fascinated in shopping for the Dorset club, who are owned by Russia-born businessman Maxim Demin.
It would be the most recent American expense into the English top flight immediately after a team led by Todd Boehly took over Chelsea in May perhaps.
Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Leeds, West Ham and Manchester City all also have US financial commitment on some scale.
O’Neil says he has not been knowledgeable of any imminent improve in the ownership of the club, who ended up promoted from the Championship in May perhaps.
“I haven’t heard just about anything of it over my side,” he stated. “We’re performing on the soccer side, producing sure we are in shape, all set and sharp. I have not read any chat all over a takeover.”
Saturday’s match will reunite Bournemouth with previous manager Eddie Howe, who took over at Newcastle in November immediately after expending virtually a ten years in charge of the Cherries throughout two spells, using them from League Two to the Premier League.
O’Neil, who was at Portsmouth at the exact time as Howe during the pair’s taking part in careers, praised his 44-year-previous counterpart’s coaching prowess.
“I have spoken to him a handful of occasions over the decades,” said O’Neil, who was added to Bournemouth’s coaching workers by former manager Jonathan Woodgate in February 2021.
“He’s had a excellent coaching and managerial profession so far and appears to be to be carrying out a good occupation with the staff and squad up there.
“He did a great job for Bournemouth. The supporters are definitely extremely grateful for that, but we go there hunting to put a dent in what’s been a first rate start off for them.”