Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has warned his former club, Manchester United, to stay away from one of his best players.
Manchester United have been strongly linked with a move for Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff for the better part of the current transfer window but Steve Bruce is having none of it as he tries to retain the services of the young midfielder.
Former Manchester United defender Steve Bruce was recently appointed as the Newcastle United manager and his first competitive game in charge of the Magpies will be the Premier League opener against Arsenal on August 11.
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The boyhood Newcastle United fan replaced Rafael Benitez as the manager at St. James Park.
The Manchester United legend spoke about Sean Longstaff in his latest press conference as monitored by Goal.
According to him, he has taken the same stand with club owner Mike Ashley and that Sean Longstaff is not for sale amidst the interest from the Red Devils.
Mike Ashley had earlier told the Daily Mail that Sean Longstaff is not for sale at any price.
Sean Longstaff came through the ranks at Newcastle United before making his first team debut last season.
He made 14 appearances for Newcastle United in all competitions last season.