'Big month ahead', 'Positivity overload': Some Newcastle fans react to 'excellent' update; decision expected in the coming weeks
Some Newcastle United fans were reacting after an update on their takeover emerged.
According to Sky Sports, they expect the independent arbitration to begin at the end of this month.
Reports also emerged claiming the Premier League decided to not call for Saudi Arabia to be put on the American government’s piracy watchlist.
Sources close to the move have claimed that the Saudi-led consortium remain committed to the takeover.
Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) is the majority contributor in the takeover. Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is the chair of the PIF.
Mike Ashley has been attempting to sell the northeast giants since 2008. However, there are question marks over the authenticity of his desire to sell the outfit.#
TBR View: Takeover clarity can help Newcastle push on next season
Last season was an abysmal campaign for the Geordies as they steered clear of relegation.
However, there were problems on and off the pitch. The lack of clarity over the direction of the club hs been a huge problem.
Steve Bruce has been forced to bat away questions over the club’s future ownership. The 61-year-old also went as far as voicing his disappointment over the breakdown of a takeover.
Ashley has been trying to sell the club for over a decade, and the lack of clarity has harmed everyone at the club.
More clarity over a takeover in months to come can help boost Newcastle ahead of next season.
Here is how fans reacted…
I passed a horse box on the A1 at Wetherby bound for Newcastle with two Camels in the back.— Rich❤️🔥 (@SpeshEffectz) June 9, 2021
Its a sign…#HumpDay
Excellent news regarding the US watch list everything is hopefully going in our favour 🙏⚫⚪⚫⚪— David Mills (@davidmillzy) June 9, 2021
Yes Keith 🙌🏻🙏🏼— Dave84 🏴🏳🏴🏳nufc southwest Mag (@dave6869) June 9, 2021
Positivity overload, anti #NUFCTakeover movement triggered.— Barry J Ingham (@BarryJIngham1) June 9, 2021
If the takeover happens the first move should be to appoint Greizmann as manager.— Pete Clarke (@Peteclarke85) June 9, 2021
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