It has been reported that an investment in the upcoming February transfer of English Premier League club Newcastle United is being considered just one day after the club was acquired for £300 million.
Beginning in April 2020, a consortium consisting of PCP Capital Partners, Reuben Brothers, and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia began the process of acquiring the company, which was successfully completed in October of that year.
Following its triumph, efforts are said to be underway to bring in high-profile players to the club in order to elevate the club's profile and enable it to compete in the tournament in the future.
Some of the potential transfers to the world's richest club include the following players:
Antoine Lacazette of Arsenal, Dembele of Barcelona, and Sergi Roberto are the three players on the list. As well as Kamara, Kessi is regarded as an important alternative for completing the midfield trio.
Between the rear, there will be a choice between Manquillo, Lescelles, Tarkowski, and Lewis, with Nigerian goalkeeper Onana in the goalposts.
This is the order in which the lineup would be.
Allan Saint-Maximin, Miguel Almiron, Joe Willock, and Callum Wilson are some of the current players that are expected to have a long-term future with the club, as well as others.
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