English Premier League manager and Manchester United legend Steve Bruce has been relief of his duties as Newcastle United manager after failing to win his last game against Tottenham Hotspurs. Bruce's job as been under the line after the new owner took over the affairs of the Magpies few weeks ago.
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Once again, football has shown it's beautiful side after a very disheartening incident occurred at Saint James' Park, where Newcastle United are hosting Tottenham Hotspur. This match is a historic match for the Magpies because it is the first Premier league fixture for them after the Saudi takeover of the club.
Newcastle United has officially announced the departure of manager Steve Bruce from his duties, and the club is now looking for an experienced coach for the Magpies under its new ownership Photo Credit: Skysport.com Newcastle has sacked manager Steve Bruce after Sunday’s 3-2 defeat to Tottenham.
Newcastle fans and the rest of the football world are already anticipating a dominant future for the club following their £300 million takeover last week, with their new Saudi Arabian owners worth a staggering £320 billion. Since the news of the takeover, there have been a lot of speculation about the caliber of players who will be making their way to St James's Park in the coming transfer windows.
Newcastle United is entering a new era, as the announcement of new ownership comes just ahead of their home match against Tottenham Hotspur. This could be enough to propel the Magpies to their first league victory of the season. They come into this game with three points and are in 19th place, while Tottenham are in eighth place with 12 points.
Newcastle's purse strings will be eased following the arrival of new Saudi owners, and the Magpies have been connected with a complete team of stars. Here are the players Newcastle could sign in the January transfer window. 1. KALIDOU KOULIBALY: The Napoli defender has been linked with a move to the Premier League for some time, but this is the first time Newcastle has been associated with him.
Newcastle have been taken over by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, PIF, meaning the Magpies now have the richest owners in the English Premier League An official statement has been released to confirm the sale of the club, which was valued at 434 billion euros.
Newcastle United on Thursday announced the takeover of the club by the Saudi Arabia consortium after 14 years of Mike Ashley's era of being the club owner. The takeover was said to have been made by the PCP Partners, the Reuben Brothers and the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund for around £305million.
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Newcastle United, as you may have heard, has new owners and is now the richest club in the world, thanks to a takeover by the Saudi Public Investment Fund. The Magpies had been through a difficult period during Mike Ashley's tenure, but fans can now look forward to brighter and bigger things at the club now that the Saudi Public Investment Fund has taken over.
Newcastle United's takeover could change the EPL's established order. The top 4 appear to be very predictable at this point, with Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester United competing for first place between now and May The Magpies recent takeover has given them a new lease of life, and they will be looking to improve their starting team from January.
Photo Credit: Getty Images The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia has taken over Newcastle United, and bookies have already begun reducing the odds for the next Newcastle United manager. The Saudi royal family-backed purchase is set to go forward at an estimated cost of £305 million, following much discussion, disaster, and obstacles.
The Saudi Arabian take over of Newcastle United in a £305m deal was widely celebrated by the fans of the club. Newcastle United used to compete for major trophies in English football in the past, the club found it difficult to compete with other top clubs owned by Billionaires who were ready to invest massively in their team.
Following the completion of the disputed Newcastle United takeover, Premier League rivals Manchester City and Manchester United have called for an emergency meeting. The Magpies have a new owner, after to a £305 million purchase between a group led by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund (PIF) and now-former chairman Mike Ashley.
Newcastle United could sign Edinson Cavani in the January transfer window, according to Defense Central, as the club's new owners aim to make an impact. Apart from the Manchester United star, the fresh Magpies have been linked with a number of other players from the Premier League and Europe.
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has resigned by mutual consent, just 13 days after the club's £305 million takeover by Saudi Arabia was completed. Bruce's departure comes as a surprise to no one. He took command of his 1,000th match as a manager in Newcastle's 3-2 defeat to Tottenham on Sunday, which was his first game in charge of the Magpies since they were taken over by their new owners.
The handwriting on the wall has been there since 2 weeks ago when the Saudi Arabia oil barons took over the Magpies. One will definitely expect instant changes to be made, while other decisions will have to wait till January transfer window. But Steve Bruce already knew his position, and he is not even fighting it.
Newcastle United are considering appointing Frank Lampard as their new manager, ESPN reports. The consideration comes after Steve Bruce’s dismissal was confirmed on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Goggle. Bruce leaves Newcastle United after two seasons, in which he guided the Magpies to 13th and 12th place finishes in the Premier League.
As Newcastle United fans continue to bask in the euphoria of expectations of signing high profile players in the next transfer window after the £305 million take-over by a Saudi Arabian consortium, Public Investment Fund (PIF) of the Magpies last week, it seems that the new owners of the club would need to be smart enough in avoiding going for any marquee signings for the time being considering the precarious situation of the club in the Premier League table.
Chelsea are reportedly set to lose their star to another premier league club Newcastle United in the January transfer window. The Magpies has been seen to be the richest club in the world as the Saudi public investment fund paid off Mike Ashley. The team are set to restructure the team as they've identified Chelsea star Timo Werner as their top target in the January transfer window.