Newcastle United are enduring a frustrating time on and off the pitch at the moment and will be looking for things to improve quickly.
The Magpies are yet to register a victory this season as Rafa Benitez’s side currently sit around the bottom of the Premier League.
There has also been some frustrating talk about the club and a potential sale in the last week or so, however, things could be about to get better for the Toon Army.
It is understood the former Manchester United and Chelsea chief executive has turned his attention to the United States.
It is believed Kenyon is keen on the American market for investment as he feels there is a greater chance of securing the money needed in an almost immediate fashion.
Kenyon’s reported continual interest in buying Newcastle will be encouraging, although fans will be wary of anything happening.
The club came under significant interest from a consortium backed by Amanda Staveley last winter but Mike Ashley became frustrated with how those talks went.
However, Kenyon’s decision to look at the American market could be good for Newcastle, as they may be willing to end their nightmare under their current owner.
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