Trade chairman Mike Ashley to sell Newcastle Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia (PIF) of Prince Arab Mohammed bin Salman for 300 million pounds had seemed to "smoothly", but the trouble emerging that double party is in trouble.
Owner Mike Ashley (left) of Newcastle calculated sell the club to Prince Mohamed bin Salman Arabs
According to the Daily Mail, Prince Salman Bin headache are facing lawsuits related to piracy story broadcast Premier League, making the takeover field team St. James' Park being the Premier League organizing committee "inspired" very carefully.
Media conglomerates Bein Sports - which owns the television rights the Premier League in Saudi Arabia sent a letter to the Organizing Committee and the 20 clubs in the Premier League to call for a hand to stop trade exchange owner of Newcastle United .
Citing numerous television stations of Saudi Arabia, which has beoutQ, specializing in pirated Premier League for 3 years and caused many affect the value tournament, Bein Sports that if to investors of Saudi Arabia as bin Salman own a Premier League team, the league image will be harmed.
The organizing committee Premier League to pay attention to the voice of Bein Sports by giant media industry is holding packet broadcasting rights exclusively Matches Premier League in the Middle East by 2022, worth 500 million pounds .
In response, information for a television station in Saudi Arabia backed by the Fund PIF Bein Sports bail ready to become a new partner of the Premier League. Pockets "bottomless" Fund PIF will be ready "dumping" to achieve the purpose.
However, things undecided. According to the Daily Mail, a source close to the organizing committee said the Premier League will decide whether they agree or prevent PIF Foundation of Prince Arab or not buy Newcastle next week.
"Warblers Choe" Newcastle can become a force in the Premiership new
Meanwhile, Newcastle are a positive atmosphere to prepare for the return to practice in small groups from 18/5. The plan of the organizers Premiership awaits approval by the British Government when pandemic Covid-19 signs to be pushed back in recent days.
Newcastle are currently 13th in the standings ranked Premier League this season with 35 points after 29 rounds, how relegation safety threshold only 5 points more.