It's hard not to fantasize about what Newcastle United could become, under an owner who is wealthier than all other Premier League owners combined. However with Financial Fair Play, if and when Newcastle are eventually taken over, the process is likely to be a gradual one. That hasn't stopped me dreaming about who Newcastle should sign, to get us back to the days of dreaming big. I've tried to keep it as realistic as possible, but please indulge me if I got too carried away d
With Mike Ashley on the brink of selling our club to the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, a lot of players will be playing for their futures if we can get this season resumed but if we can't, some of them will likely have played their final game for us. So let's take a look at our squad and see who's futures could be affected by the takeover. Starting with the goalkeepers, Karl Darlow and Rob Elliot are coming to the end of their contracts and I don't think a new manag
Newcastle United have always been subject to news headlines and especially speculation. Whether that's ownership, or in this case, potential signings.
Since news broke of the Amanda Staveley led consortium edging closer to completing a deal for the Magpies, the transfer rumour mill has been working flat out. With links to Gareth Bale reported by the Sunderland Echo or, according to Mundo Deportivo, our reported interest in Philippe Coutinho. Most of us, I'm sure, will agree