NEWCASTLE are spying on Accrington Stanley’s young keeper Toby Savin as they look for bright up-and-coming talent.
Top Toon scout Mick Tait ran the rule over Savin, 19, last week.
The 6ft 4in goalie broke into the Stanley side this season.
Manchester United keeper guru Tony Coton has also watched the League One prospect.
But whether it is Steve Bruce Savin gets to play under is another question.
Fuming fans held a banner outside St James’ Park calling the boss a ‘coward’ and told him to ‘leave now’.
Toon supporters are growing increasingly frustrated as the club dropped to just two points above the relegation zone.
Newcastle suffered yet more misery on Saturday night, as they were thrashed 3-0 away at Brighton.
In an exclusive picture obtained by SunSport, fans took their fury to St James Park as they protested for Bruce's exit.
The banner also said: "You are not one of us."
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Two wins from 18 leaves the Magpies struggling to stay afloat after plunging from mid-table safety in the Premier League.
And not only are results poor on the field, Bruce has struggled to keep his house in order on the training ground.
At the start of March, the Toon boss was hit with rumours off a bust-up with Matt Ritchie.
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