“I hope they can strengthen it well.” – Soccer Sports

Newcastle United has been in the spotlight in the last two weeks for selling to the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund for £ 305m.

Since British clubs now have the wealthiest owners of club football, the deal has led many to discuss the downsides and upsides of the sale. Supporters are excited and ex-players are excited by the financial support they have to attract quality players.

In an interview with TNT Sports BrazilDiego Gavilán, a former Newcastle midfielder, spent three years at The Magpies and talked about the sale and the future of the Premier League.

Gavilan mentioned negatives and positives, but said he understood the excitement felt by the supporters.

“I think there are pros and cons to the sale for the club. I can’t really comment on the outdoor issues because no one knows what’s involved,” Gavilan said.

“Still, I know there are certainly many reasons for fans to celebrate when a team reaches the financial levels of clubs like Citi, Chelsea and PSG. They are enthusiastic fans and It’s a very traditional club in England. They have a huge stadium that gives players a unique feel. “

Former midfielder added that Newcastle will help regain his outstanding role in British football. In addition, Gavilan wants this ownership to attract marquee players who allow the club to win trophies. This is their ultimate goal.

“During the time I spent in the club, I’m still rooting for Newcastle and I hope they can successfully strengthen in the coming season to reach the highest levels of European football,” Gavilan said. Told.

“I think clubs that have reached a high level of skill are always welcome in this sport. In the Premier League, it’s already very high, so I think it’s very attractive.”

Newcastle has the opportunity to bend its new financial strength within a few months when the January window opens. If they can spend their new money wisely, expect Gavilan and other Newcastle graduates to be happy to return to the top of British football.

– Soccer Sports

“I hope they can strengthen it well.” “I hope they can strengthen it well.”

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