Toon’s right-back will soon enter the last 12 months of his current and may be one of the first senior figures to leave the club under a new owner.
The Yedlin agent hoped to have contractual discussions with general manager Lee Charnley, but the current chief of transfers paused in all discussions on the new deals.
Paul Tenorio of ESPN said: “DeAndre Yedlin will be looking to relocate from Newcastle.
“The question is where is he going to go?”
“This is a great example of a player who earns a high salary on the books of a team.
“What kind of team can afford it, teams in Holland, Germany or the Premier League. “
Respected commentator Jon Champion, who covers Major League Soccer, weighed in on the ESPN FC debate and said: “At the age of 26, the next stroke is the most important in his career.
“He’s in a very interesting position in Newcastle right now with this impending takeover – or at least we think so, depending on whether the Premier League resists investment group Saudia Arabia and says we’re not happy that you go pass our course and the appropriate owner test. ”
Newcastle duo Andy Carroll and Matty Longstaff have been advised that contract meetings have been postponed until further notice.
But members of the first team like Javier Manquillo and Rob Elliot are also out of contract at the end of the season and could probably move under new owners.