Soccer: Newcastle plans to make big changes
The takeover of Newcastle United by the Saudi investment fund is certainly the hottest news of this international break. This mythical club, now owned by the wealthy Saudis, is planning big changes to restore its reputation. Is it the fans' crazy hope for a spectacular end of season or the fear of all the members whose places are threatened? We tell you everything in this article. Read it.
Newcastle soon in the big league !
Recently bought by a wealthy Saudi investment fund, the club Newcastle United will most likely be the scene of big changes. As mentioned on the website https://manutdnews.net/, Newcastle United is about to undergo major changes. If this season, the Magpies are struggling to impose themselves in the English league, it will happen soon according to the new managing director of the club. Indeed, the latter clearly admits that the objectives of Newcastle are to reach the same rank as PSG or Manchester City. Amanda Staveley makes it clear that Newcastle will be in a race for major trophies. It will certainly not happen overnight, but with the budget they have and the squad they can afford, Newcastle will be a real contender for many titles.
Newcastle plans an attractive project
Trophies and fame are fine, but first the new Saudi investors' project must be convincing enough to attract world-class players. The investors will obviously inject money into the club to achieve their goals. One of the main focuses of the project would be the renovation of the training center of the permissive St. James Park. Some sources even speak of crushing this center and replacing it with an ultra modern structure. This part of the project estimated at more than 50 million euros is not the only one envisaged by the new investors. The club's academy will also undergo major changes. And to complete its work, the club will gather an elite. Indeed, the new bosses of Newcastle United would like to attach the services of the illustrious director of the academy of Manchester City, Jason Wilcox.