It is no longer news that Newcastle United are currently the richest club in the world, following the Saudi take over of the club. According to multiple reports made online, the club new owner is ready to bring in some world class players like Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland, Raheem Sterling, Paul Pogba and so on, to the club. In order for the club to challenge for the premier league title and other domestic trophies.
So because of that, I decided to put up this article, to display how the premier league table would look like in 2023, if Newcastle United complete their proposed project by bringing in top players at the club.
Newcastle United could finish at the top of the premier league table in 2023, if they are able to complete their proposed project. Liverpool and Manchester City, would be finishing in the second and third positions respectively. See the picture below for more details.
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