The team of Newcastle United begins to show economic muscle with signings; he has done it for the 2022-2023 Premier League and this appeals
Newcastle United begins to show economic muscle with signings
The team of Newcastle United begins to show economic muscle with signings; he has done it for the 2022-2023 Premier League and this appeals to his recent acquisition by the fund Public Investment Fund (PIF), controlled by the state of Saudi Arabia.
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Undoubtedly, This economic injection has been important for the Magpies. At the moment they have started releasing large amounts of money to reinforce their squad.
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At the moment there have been four contracts without names of great weight; nevertheless, the amounts of money they have spent, In addition to what their contracts promise, they are already beginning to make noise in England.
Thus, Newcastle United begins to show economic muscle with signings; At the moment they have already consolidated 136 million euros in contracts to make the squad stronger than it is currently directed by Eddie Howe.
Nick Pope – €11.5 million
The goalkeeper arrives from Burnley in the second division of England. He experienced under the three posts, but his career has not gone through the maximum circuit.
Matt Targett – €17.5 million
Left back who arrived from Aston Villa. He is an experienced footballer in English football and has already worn this shirt.
Sven Botman – €37 million
Experienced central defender from the Netherlands who comes after appearing at LOSC Lille in France. He is barely 22 years old and has a long future ahead of him.
Alexander Isaac – €70 million
Until now, the bombshell they have given in the market. This 22-year-old Swedish striker arrives from Real Sociedad and there are high hopes for the footballer.
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