Fabrizo Romano reveal : Newcastle United have more than just hope that they will be the number one team both in the Premier League and in Europe

If Newcastle United wants to remain more than just the best team in the Premier League and Europe, the Saudi Public Investment Fund (PIF) must continue to fund the club for the foreseeable future.

While this may not appear to be a problem on the surface, with PIF rumored to having large resources at their disposal, it’s evident that the owners will want to see some actual success in due course.

Last season, the Magpies came within a whisker of ending their decades-long drought by losing the Carabao Cup final to Manchester United.

Close but no cigar isn’t going to cut it with the owners, and that’s the pressure Eddie Howe and his team are under.
The better the players they need to acquire as the team grows in size, but they currently have one in place who is negotiating a new contract.

Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund says assets surpasses 2.23 trillion  riyals in 2022 | Reuters

Joelinton, who joined St. James’ Park in a £40 million deal from Hoffenheim, is negotiating a new contract, according to The Telegraph (subscription required).

The Brazilian, like a number of Newcastle players, hasn’t been at his best this season, but with the Champions League just around the corner, he has the perfect opportunity to rectify that.




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