The source of the Daily Mail has reported good news for Newcastle fans. After about 2 weeks of waiting, it seems "Injecting Choe" completed new home exchange. The source confirmed all just waiting for the official announcement from the club and the Premier League has approved the deal.
Prince Mohammed bin Salman upcoming Newcastle fans
According to journalist Craig Hope, probably in the next 24 hours only, home of Newcastle will broadcast messages about the exchange owner. Accordingly, the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia - under the fortune of Prince Mohammed bin Salman owns 80% stake in Newcastle, 10% belong to broker Amanda Staveley and the remaining 10% belonging to the Reuben brothers.
Newcastle transfer service consumes around 300-350 million pounds. By far, the current owner Mike Ashley's Newcastle had wanted to sell the team. After pandemic Covid-19, this British tycoon even want to accelerate the process of buying and selling by the unaffordable cost of maintaining the club amid heavy financial losses.
In fact, the investment fund of Saudi Arabia has bought Newcastle deposit from the end of June 4. However, the reason for the acquisitions so far has not officially completed, it is because of the barriers from the FA Brother. The agency will need time to evaluate the dossiers sale, simultaneously solve the problem of piracy in Saudi Arabia.
Acquisitions even instigated by the British Government in. Accordingly, England are looking to tighten its relationship with Saudi Arabia, and the sale is a part of it. For its part, the Gulf state also showed its goodwill.
Current owners of Newcastle - Mike Ashley wants to sell the team has long
According to Daily Mail, yesterday (21/6), the mainland of Saudi Arabia issued a remarkable 2 information relating to copyright Premiership. First, the Department of Intellectual Property Management Saudi Arabia announced it would shut down the website online broadcast Premiership illegally on the territory of this country.
Then FA Saudi Arabia is said to be sent to the unit dispatches copyright owner Premiership, accept that they are responsible against copyright violations on the territory of Saudi Arabia. This is the move into water from Saudi Arabia - the country has long been considered a copyright infringement Premiership a systematic way.
Earlier, CEO Bein Sports - Mr. Yousef al-Obaidly, writing a letter to the FA to request stop acquisitions. The letter accused the Royal Government of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "many years facilitating theft of television rights, and Bein Sports and Premier League are victims lost revenue as well as the commercial activities ".
Sheffield has trounced Newcastle in 30 Premiership
Thus, the barriers of the sale were dismissed, and the day Newcastle fans witnessed the landing of Prince Mohammed bin Salman was very close. In fact, all are looking forward to this early acquisitions completed so that the new owners spend money on purchases in 2020 summer fair.
During the day 21/6, Newcastle surprisingly thrashed Sheffield United 3-0. Very likely this feat will be the gift that teachers coach Steve Bruce for the team's new owners Tyneside.