Newcastle messed up the market again with a huge amount of money to buy in the summer

01 Apr 2022 | 04:02 | Football

 Cheetah promises to continue to stir up the transfer market with quality contracts.


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This season, the Saudi royal family, headed by Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, has entered the Premier League market. Accordingly, PIFSaudi (Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia) – Public Investment Fund is a sovereign wealth fund of Saudi Arabia successfully acquired Newcastle.

The acquisition of Newcastle was approved for a price of 305 million pounds. According to the Mirror, the Saudi side did not hesitate to turn Newcastle into a great force of England like the way Prince Abu Dhabi did with Man City in 2008.
Newcastle United set transfer budget for summer window - Bóng Đá

 Newcastle is making a strong makeover.

First, the owner of Newcastle United changed the coaching position. Accordingly, “Shoot” appointed Eddie Howe to sit in the hot seat. This is the correct decision when Newcastle United make a strong makeover.

From a place in danger of relegation, Newcastle United, under the guidance of Eddie Howe, rose rapidly and ranked 14th in the current Premier League table. Thanks to the strong investment in the East market, Newcastle really changed.

However, Newcastle did not stop here. According to 90min, Newcastle are prepared to spend an additional £ 100 million to upgrade the squad in the summer. 

Despite the presence of Chris Wood and Callum Wilson, coach Howe still wants to add another striker. Darwin Nunez, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Patrik Schick have been targeted by Newcastle United.

Not to mention, they are also ready to ask to buy Philippe Coutinho before the interest from Arsenal and the team this player is wearing is Aston Villa.

Tieu Lam | 10:23 April 1, 2022

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