Newcastle United immediately became a team to watch after the latest takeover that saw them become a team-owned club. “The richest person in the world”
The Salikadong army kicked off a new era under the management of the Public Investment Fund (PIF), a group from Saudi Arabia, after Mike Ashley sold the club for around 300. million pounds and the last 14 years of power at St James’ Park
After becoming a super billionaire in the blink of an eye. Newcastle are ready to invest in strengthening the army to elevate the team to the forefront of football.
That makes the next market round in the winter of January will be a player market. That all eyes are on Newcastle to see who will join the team. After starting to be rumor with many. person
In the past, Chelsea and Manchester City have open their mouths with a new owner to manage. And continue to spend big bucks to build on the success and make it a top-tier club is today.
Comparison between Chelsea and Manchester City in their early days with new owners. Newcastle’s current status is similar to that of Manchester City. More “Blues” are teams in the lower half of the table whose primary goal is to escape relegation.
Manchester City in the rice bin era had to be chase since Thaksin Shinawatra bought the team in 2007 for only 23 million pounds. Before selling it to Abu Dhabi United Group For Development and. Investment A group of investors from the United Arab Emirates for a price of up to 150 million pounds.
Wayne Bridge (£10m from Chelsea)
The England left-back joined Manchester City from Chelsea on a four-and-a-half-year contract after losing his place to Ashley Cole at Stamford Bridge.
Bridge became a key figure in the team’s left-back position immediately before making 22 appearances in the second half of the 2008/09 season and 28 more the following season.