Ronaldo to swap the black and white of Juventus with the black and white of Newcastle?
Certainly not …
In a statement, the company stated: “Bellagraph Nova Groups creators are at an innovative stage of settlement having already provided a LOI (Letter of Intent) as well as a proof of funds on August 10.
” In addition to the engagement to the Newcastle Football Club and neighborhood, Bellagraph Nova Group employed aid of England captain Alan Shearer and former player Michael Chopra.
” BN (Bellagraph Nova) Groups founders have actually declared their desire to enormously add to the advancement of the club through their international and solid structure and a combined business/sport devoting mindset.”
Dont get too excited yet, Toon Army. It seems this ought to be taken with a big pinch of salt …
Saudi Arabias sovereign wealth fund PIF, PCP Capital Partners and the Reuben Brothers ended on their ₤ 300 million deal which had been delayed by the Premier League.
” In June, the Premier League board made a clear decision regarding which entities it thought would have control over the club following the proposed acquisition,” the Premier League chief executive Richard Masters explained in a letter.
” The Premier League asked each such person or entity to offer additional details, which would have been used to consider the evaluation of any possible disqualifying occasions.”
Masters claims the consortium ultimately then withdrew from the deal.
Now, another business has stepped forward saying it has sent a deal to purchase Newcastle United.
According to the Telegraph, Bellagraph Nova Group (BNG) declares a ₤ 280 million bid has been made after they “employed” the aid of Alan Shearer.
Whats more, the firms chief international marketing and financier relations officer, Nereides de Bourbon, told the Telegraph they plan to sign a gamer of the calibre of Cristiano Ronaldo and claimed they remained in “direct contact” with the Portuguese.
On Sunday, the businesss main Twitter account wrote of “establishing new synergies with gamers such as @cristiano.”
Here we go once again, Newcastle fans.
For months, it looked as though Mike Ashley was lastly going to offer the club to the Saudi Arabian-backed consortium.
But the offer stalled and eventually collapsed after the group decreased to use up the Premier Leagues offer of independent arbitration to decide who would own the club, according to Reuters.
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