Newcastle’s acquisition has been dubbed “the Super League for one club” by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.


Newcastle’s acquisition has been dubbed “the Super League for one club” by Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.

The £305 million Saudi-led takeover of Newcastle United was finalized last week, and Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has expressed his thoughts on the issue.

Newcastle United’s £305 million Saudi-led takeover, according to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, is like “the Super League for one team.”

Klopp is baffled as to how the takeover, which took place last week, was able to take place.

After getting “legally enforceable assurances” that the Saudi state would not control the team, the Premier League authorized the takeover.

Eighty percent of the cash will come from the Public Investment Fund (PIF), which is considered distinct from the state.

Klopp was asked to comment on the takeover, which has made Newcastle the richest club in the world, in an interview with Sky Deutschland.

“I don’t want to turn it into a business because it isn’t mine.” There are no two ways about Saudi Arabia’s evident human rights concerns,” Klopp told Sky Deutschland.

“That isn’t a question,” says the narrator. But I’m not sure how this could have been authorized despite so many worries. That has to be someone else.

“If we’re just talking about football, we have to say they’re going to be a powerhouse in the long run.” This is the third club in international football that I am aware of that is owned by a government and clearly belongs to the world’s wealthiest family.

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“Of course, the possibilities that open up are enormous. With the Super League, the entire world was understandably unhappy. It’s essentially the Super League now, but just for one club. Newcastle will then be certain of dominating world football for the next 20 or 30 years.

“You may make a lot of mistakes with money, but in the end, there are too many good people in football, and Newcastle will find them as well.” As a result, things are now as they are. It wasn’t my choice, and we’re just dealing with the facts for the time being.

“There isn’t any other option.” But, since no one has said anything particularly noteworthy, I’m not ready to express an opinion at this time, whether I believe it’s good or terrible. Because I’m not alone and the rest was definitely decided by others, there are issues that everyone has.” Newcastle’s Brinkwire brings you the latest news.


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