A couple of noteworthy updates on events at Newcastle United will be received on Sunday afternoon.
A new Newcastle
Of course, the magpies’ name has been at the center of the English media for the past 72 hours.
This comes with Mike Ashley’s overseen reign of terror on Tyneside that has finally come to an end.
A total of 18 months after initially expressing interest in the club, Saudi Arabia’s public investment fund returned to the table to rekindle its search for Newcastle.
In turn, it came as no surprise when a deal was quickly reached, and it was understood that outgoing Ashley had bagged £ 300 million for his stake in St. James’ Park.
🤝 An investment group led by the Public Investment Fund, which also includes PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media, has completed the acquisition of 100% of Newcastle United Limited and Newcastle United Football Club Limited from St. James Holdings Limited.
– Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) October 7, 2021
Bruce out / Rangnick in?
Since then, the momentous change of hands at St. James ‘Park has sparked understandable jubilation from Newcastle’s loyal fan base, and the Magpies’ loyalists have long been clamoring for a fit owner to reestablish a club of such unquestionable magnitude among the soccer giants of the Premier League. .
However, for a current member of the organization in Tyneside, the news of the club’s acquisition has come as a severe blow.
The man in question? Steve Bruce.
The days since the Saudi Investment Fund took the reins in Newcastle have seen a host of tacticians inclined to take their place on the club’s bench before next season, amid the widespread assumption that the days of Bruce are now numbered.
And, as described above, a breakthrough towards a change at the bank at St. James’ was confirmed on Sunday.
According to the trusty Jason Burt of The Telegraph, Bruce is now “on the brink” of being relieved of his duties.
An idea of the type of financial package that will be offered to the English has also been provided, with Bruce pocketing around £ 8 million.
Incoming Al-Rumayyan, meanwhile, will be the man tasked with identifying his replacement.
Last but certainly not least, when it comes to Sunday’s updates on Newcastle, meanwhile, there is confirmation that the highly respected Ralf Rangnick, formerly a member of RB Leipzig and currently overseeing operations at Lokomotiv Moscow , has been identified as a possible sporting director appointment.
– Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) October 10, 2021
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