sport news Newcastle: Amanda Staveley outlines bold vision for the Tyneside club following ...

sport news Newcastle: Amanda Staveley outlines bold vision for the Tyneside club following ...
sport news Newcastle: Amanda Staveley outlines bold vision for the Tyneside club following ...
'We can be as big as PSG!': Amanda Staveley outlines a bold vision for Newcastle as it emerges Brendan Rodgers is eyed to replace Steve Bruce while Kevin Keegan and Alan Shearer may return as ambassadors Newcastle's long-awaited £305million Saudi takeover has now been completed Magpies' new owners want to transform the club into football's new superpower Club's new co-owner Amanda Staveley outlined the ambition of the consortium World's new richest club want a Premier League title in the next five to 10 years Under-fire Toon manager Steve Bruce will be axed with a £8million pay-off 

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Newcastle United’s new owners say they want to transform the club into a superpower like Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain after completing their £305million takeover.

Speaking to Sportsmail inside her hotel suite on Tyneside, co-owner Amanda Staveley outlined the ambition of the consortium, backed by Saudi Arabia’s £700billion Public Investment Fund (PIF).

The Magpies now boast the wealthiest football-club owners on the planet and, as thousands of supporters celebrated at St James’ Park, Staveley told us: ‘Of course we have the same ambitions as Manchester City and PSG in terms of trophies, absolutely, but that will take time.

Amanda Staveley has outlined a bold vision for Newcastle to make the club a new superpower

Amanda Staveley has outlined a bold vision for Newcastle to make the club a new superpower

Newcastle United's long-awaited £305million Saudi takeover was completed on Thursday

Newcastle United's long-awaited £305million Saudi takeover was completed on Thursday

Newcastle's new owners want to transform the club into football's new superpower like Man City and are targeting a Premier League title within the next five or 10 years

Newcastle's new owners want to transform the club into football's new superpower like Man City and are targeting a Premier League title within the next five or 10 years

‘Do we want to win the Premier League within five to 10 years? Yes. This takeover is hugely transformative. We want to see trophies. But trophies need investment, time, patience and team work.’

Head coach Steve Bruce is set to lose his job and we understand the new owners are ready to pay the £8million needed to remove him.

They are aware of the negative impact it could have if he remains in charge for the first game of their regime at

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