Newcastle owner Mike Ashley becomes impatient over new owner takeover


Newcastle owner Mike Ashley becomes impatient over new owner takeover

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, has lament on the delay by the premier league.


.Newcastle Director Mike Ashley attends the Premiership League football match against West Ham at Saint James' Park stadium in Newcastle, 23 September 2007. AFP PHOTO Lindsey Parnaby Mobile and website use of domestic English football pictures are subject to obtaining a Photographic End User Licence from Football Data Co Ltd. Tel:+44(0)2078649121 or email: accreditations applies to Premier and Football League matches. (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY / AFP) (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)


Premier league club boss Michael Ashlely of Newcastle has been fuming over his future at the club.

He and the Saudi Arabian Giants has reached an agreement to sell the club for 300 million pounds but it needed to be signed by the Premier league officials for the deal to be granted.

The deal has been agreed since March in Premier league hasn’t endorsed the request by Mike Ashley.

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Mike Ashley has also previously opted to sell the club in different location which was blocked by the Premier league and now Premier league might not allow this league to be successful like the previous ones.

Because she is one of the most heated Club by this pandemic which left the club to be in financial crisis.

Premier league is it will turn back in June 17 with the  midweek fixtures between Arsenal and Manchester City at the Etihad stadium.