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Newcastle United £300 million takeover approved

The Premier League will give the green light for Amanda Staveley’s Saudi-backed consortium to take charge of the St James’ Park club — when the transfer of funds are sorted.

Newcastle takeover ‘close’ as EPL fail to block £300 million Saudi deal

Newcastle’s takeover is on the brink of being completed as the Premier League failed to find any reason to block the prospective takeover.
Newcastle United fans have long dreamed of ridding the club from owner Mike Ashley, but a potential £300 million ($377 million) takeover backed by the Saudi sovereign wealth fund presents fans on Tyneside with a different dilemma.

Saudi takeover promises new dawn for Newcastle at a cost

Newcastle United fans have long dreamed of ridding the club from owner Mike Ashley, but a potential £300 million ($377 million) takeover backed by the Saudi sovereign wealth fund presents fans on Tyneside with a different dilemma.

Report: Newcastle United takeover edging closer with £340 million deal documents filed

A 31-page document filed at Companies House shows that the deal is progressing, with Amanda Staveley’s PCP Capital Group and Mike Ashley’s St James’ Holdings company both involved.
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Saudi Arabian takeover interest in Newcastle now intensifying

Yasir Al-Rumayyan, the chairman of the Public Investment Fund being linked with a £300million takeover of Newcastle, registered a new company with Companies House in January – just before the first reports of a deal being close for the Magpies.

Saudi Arabia wealth fund in talks to buy Newcastle United for £340 million

Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy English football club Newcastle United for about 340 million pounds (about N156.4 billion), a source familiar with the situation told Reuters.

Mexican investment group came ‘close’ to agreeing Newcastle deal

The chairman of Mexican investment group Orlegi Sports has admitted that they came ‘close’ to buying an unnamed European club.

Peter Kenyon plotting Newcastle takeover bid

Kenyon has reportedly approached a number of potential financial backers in recent weeks about the idea of collaborating on a deal.

Newcastle can be top eight with transfer backing – Rafa Benitez

Rafael Benitez believes he can turn Newcastle United into a top-eight club if he receives financial backing to improve the squad in January.

Arsene Wenger desperate for win in race for Champions League places

Arsene Wenger knows Arsenal cannot afford another slip-up when they face Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium aiming to end a damaging run of three Premier League games without a win.

Newcastle close to takeover as Amanda Staveley increases offer to Mike Ashley

Owner Mike Ashley and Amanda Staveley's PCP Capital Partners have been in talks about a deal for some time and Sky Sports is investigating reports an increased offer of around £300m has been submitted.

British businesswoman Amanda Staveley bid £300m for Newcastle

A British businesswoman has made a formal offer of around £300 million ($397 million, 338 million euros) for Premier League club Newcastle United, according to British media reports on Monday.

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