Newcastle wants to replace a “terrible” training facility – Soccer Sports

Newcastle United is reportedly planning a huge investment to improve its training facilities and stadium.

Magpies were purchased by a Saudi Arabian consortium last week. They are linked to well-known managers and players, so it seems that an exciting time may come for the club.

What’s more, Sky Sports reports that Newcastle board member Amanda Staveley considers the club’s training facilities to be “really terrible” and wants to revamp them.

“It doesn’t make sense to have great players if they don’t have the right place to train,” Staveley added.

The report adds that Mike Ashley’s recent cautiousness in the transfer market should mean that clubs can be on the right side of financial fair play regulation, so NUFC has enough money to spend. ..

Newcastle fans definitely want new owners to make wise investments that can not only chase the biggest signatures, but also improve performance and deliver long-term results.

Still, buying a top player is also exciting to monitor the Toon Army. The new administration is likely to aim to form a team that can win the Premier League title in the next five to ten years.

– Soccer Sports

Newcastle wants to replace a “terrible” training facility Newcastle wants to replace a “terrible” training facility

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