Ashley Newcastle’s reign comes to an end when the takeover receives approval from PL
The wait is seemingly over for Newcastle fans in northeast England and around the world, as the club draws ever closer to the end of Mike Ashley’s 14-year reign.
BREAKING: The Saudi-led takeover of #NUFC appears to be back after the Saudi state resolved issues with beIN Sports over illegal streaming of Premier League football.
– Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) October 6, 2021
A Saudi-backed consortium, involving British businesswoman Amanda Staveley, has overcome the last hurdle she needs to negotiate before the club’s purchase takes place.
The Saudi acquisition of Newcastle United is likely to be agreed within the next 24 hours. PL approval assured. Truce with Bein Sports, and end of piracy problems, a consequence of the approval of the agreement. History with@martynzieglerand@mhardysporthere https://t.co/vnow7Z1Hnd
– Matt Lawton (@Lawton_Times) October 6, 2021
As a result, terms were agreed with BeIN Sports after the Saudi government lifted a long-standing ban on the broadcast network in the country while promising to tackle the piracy issue head-on.
BeIN will now be able to broadcast Premier League, UEFA and FIFA matches in the Middle Eastern nation, and that unique development has left the door open for hated owner Mike Ashley to finally sell Newcastle for a reported figure of just over £ 300 million. .
An agreement between Ashley and the Saudi-backed consortium is widely expected to be reached in such a short amount of time in the next 24 hours, meaning the club can maneuver with a position of strength from the January transfer window, but certainly next summer.
Fan expectations around the club’s acquisition
No one can be surprised by the reaction of Newcastle supporters on social media to the news that their beloved club was getting closer to a dream come true of parting ways with Mike Ashley.
Steve Bruce after receiving a £ 300 million war chest in January pic.twitter.com/ffWEJMvzzo
– Will (@willne) October 6, 2021
But with the club on the brink of strong financial backing to straighten the boat and rekindle the clubs’ national stature, expectations of a massive and rapid spending spree have also flooded Twitter.
We are getting closer and closer to the dream scenario of Steve Bruce managing the three forwards of Mbappé, Haaland and Joelinton.
– Paddy Power (@paddypower) October 6, 2021
With people like Kylian Mbappé leaving Paris Saint-Germain next summer and the future of Harry Kane and Erling Haaland, among others, uncertain, the expectations that Geordies around the world will enjoy a similar and immediate change of fortune similar to the one. Chelsea are also beginning to appear. swirl.
Certainly Newcastle should be expected to undergo a major reinforcement plan as soon as possible to build a competitive team around Callum Wilson, Allan Saint-Maximin and Joe Willock. No one knows what names will be linked to the club, but the landscape is certainly about to change in Tyneside for the better.
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