Is Newcastle the new Man City in EPL? See the Arab billionaire who is going to buy the club.
By SportmanTobade | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 75 views
After witnessing two relegation under current Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, Magpies could soon have new owners with a £300 million takeover bid underway.
The main mover behind this bid is no one but the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman who also head the Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund. (PIF). If the bid is sealed, Saudi PIF will acquire an 80 per cent stake in the club while 20 per cent will be split between Amanda Staveley's PCP Capital partners and Reuben brothers.
Yasir Al-Rumayyan, who is involved with Saudi Aramco, Uber and Softbank will become Newcastle chairman.
What players and manager potential new owners considering?
* Phillippe Coutinho
* Antoine Griezmann
* Moussa Dembele
* Kylian Mbappe.
Possible manager to replace Bruce:
* Massimilliano Allegri
* Mauricio Pochettino
* Rafa Benitez
Will all these come true? Let's see your opinion.
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