Although it has reached an agreement to win 80% of the shares owned Newcastle United from his current owner Mike Ashley but Investment Co. Saudi Arabia (PIF) has the backing of Prince Arabian Mohamed bin Salman same alliance between business woman Amanda's brother Stavely and real estate billionaire Reuben, still struggling in the name change to all.
Acquisitions from Saudi prince bought Newcastle United meet more new events from staging Conservative MPs in Britain
According to The Independent, recently, 16 MPs Britain (including former Labor leader Neil Kinnock) has simultaneously sent a letter attached their signatures submitted to the government to request the Government to prevent field team St. James' Park in the hands of the Prince from West Asia.
Attach the letter, the senators He also cited the case file Jamal Khashoggi - a male journalist was murdered in 2018 because of suspected dissidents with the government of Saudi Arabia that Prince Bin Salman connection concerned.
TV channels Bein Sports (Qatar) - which owns the legal rights of the English Premier League in Saudi Arabia has also voiced opposition to the government of Saudi Arabia tolerated the situation of piracy is rampant in the country Middle East.
World Trade Organization (WHO) has also urge the Organizing Committee the Premier League does not allow Newcastle Mike Ashley ownership transfer worth 300 million pounds for the PIF Prince Arabs for fear the reputation and rights economic benefits of this tournament will be severely damaged.
Meanwhile, General Secretary of Sports and Culture UK - Oliver Dowden insisted the government would not intervene in the deal "to name changed owners" Newcastle because it is own problems Organizing Committee Premier League and stakeholders.
Newcastle are currently 13th Premiership this season with 35 points after 29 rounds. "Birds magpie-robin" of Steve Bruce will resume playing the first match after more than 3 months stay for translation Covid-19 with a reception at 20h00 Sheffield United at 21/6 (now Vietnam) at 30.