Newcastle United owners net transfer spend passes £160m in six months

6/25/2022 10:43:00 AM

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Newcastle United owners net transfer spend passes £160m in six months nufc

In first six months of 2022, Newcastle United owners net transfer spend now passes £160m.

The Newcastle United owners aren’t messing about.Kieran Trippier a real statement signing as the first for the new Newcastle United owners, helped massively by the fact that Eddie Howe had managed the defender previously and they had / have a great relationship. Only months after winning La Liga and starting in the Euros final, the England full bank joining NUFC.

for his medical.However, ambition comes in many guises and I am loving this Newcastle United one…£25m transfer clause release figure brings Chris Wood to St James Park.£13m initial transfer fee agreed for Dan Burn (plus unspecified amount of future add-ons, mainly dependent on NUFC avoiding relegation).

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Opinion 33 mins ago Share The Newcastle United owners aren’t messing about.‘Why the club should abolish Newcastle United season tickets’ Opinion ‘Why the club should abolish Newcastle United season tickets’ 11 hours ago 84 comments Share I’m going to set out an argument that the right thing for NUFC to do going forward, from a moral and from a business point of view, would be to limit, discourage, or even abolish the sale of Newcastle United season tickets.Bale’s picked up his fifth Champions League medal last month but could be heading to Cardiff next season Most read in Championship Ronaldo 'wants to leave Man United', Arsenal 'pushing' for Martinez, Zaniolo to Spurs CHANGE Winks signs, Chelsea stars in, and Richarlison out -Lampard's improved Everton team CLASH Tyson Fury confronted American heavyweight who called him a bum and said he'd KO him ROUND TWO Francis suspended and arrested after BOXPARK KO and now fancies Tyson rematch done Newcastle confirm Pope transfer in funny video with white smoke above St James' Park revealed Sheffield United 'disappointed' after McBurnie and Brewster are charged by police A surprised O ‘Hara then questioned whether Bale starts ahead of Jadon Sancho at United, but Saunders was in no doubt that the Welshman topples the former Borussia Dortmund ace in a battle for a starting spot.Your browser does not support the element.

Friday night bringing news of a third summer signing agreed, the seventh permanent incoming deal in these first six months of 2022. Just under three months to get their feet under the table and work out a plan on how to deal with the imminent threat of relegation, as well as at the same time putting the first building blocks in place for the future. A lot of those people will either have or be looking to get their hands on a season ticket to SJP. Kieran Trippier a real statement signing as the first for the new Newcastle United owners, helped massively by the fact that Eddie Howe had managed the defender previously and they had / have a great relationship. “He’s got five European Cup winners medals. Only months after winning La Liga and starting in the Euros final, the England full bank joining NUFC. That set of people is likely to be disproportionately represented on a forum such as this – that’s inevitable. Now we have the seventh deal agreed under the new Newcastle United owners, a transfer fee now sorted between Newcastle and Lille, with Sven Botman expected on Monday for his medical. Given that the emergence of “ lo spread ” in 2011 was a prelude to the carnage of the original euro crisis, its return is enough to set nerves jangling.

With 15 days gone and now 69 days to go (including today), this summer transfer window looking increasingly productive for United, Botman set to follow Targett and Pope into St James Park. 1.” But not everyone is in the Bale camp as staunchly as Saunders, not least former Arsenal man Wilshere who revealed he would not take Bale at the Emirates Stadium – and not just because of his Spurs links. Whilst our enemies (countless journalists, pundits, rival fans etc…) were desperate for the Newcastle United owners to throw hundreds of millions into trying to buy Neymar and pay his wages, they have been left sadly disappointed. However, ambition comes in many guises and I am loving this Newcastle United one… This is what the Newcastle United owners have committed to so far: £12m initial transfer fee agreed for Kieran Trippier (plus unspecified amount of future add-ons, mainly dependent on NUFC avoiding relegation). It would be lovely if we could magically transport Leazes Terrace a little way off, whack up a great big new East Stand, and have an 80,000 capacity SJP. £25m transfer clause release figure brings Chris Wood to St James Park. £35m initial transfer fee agreed for Bruno Guimaraes (plus £6. 2. Europe has gone through a period of remarkable unity in the past two years or so.

65m of future add-ons, mainly dependent on NUFC avoiding relegation). £2m loan fee brings Matt Target to Newcastle. The extent of that excess demand will depend on how things pan out. £13m initial transfer fee agreed for Dan Burn (plus unspecified amount of future add-ons, mainly dependent on NUFC avoiding relegation). £13m paid to make Matt Targett a permanent signing. If the team does well it will be massive. £10m+ paid to sign Nick Pope. Instead, money raised by the eu (and in effect guaranteed by national governments) flowed to those who needed it most.

£30m+ (some reports put the initial fee as high as £39m) initial transfer fee now agreed for Sven Botman (plus unspecified amount of future add-ons). How big is that potential excess demand? It is impossible to judge. I make that running total now being at least £140m (almost certainly higher) on guaranteed transfer fees, plus surely at least another £20m to be paid in future add-ons for Botman, Burn, Trippier and Bruno G (plus wouldn’t be surprised if there were future add-ons for Pope as well). This taking the Newcastle United owners net transfer spend (only Freddie Woodman sold so far, with that only a low fee but with clause for more cash if sold on at a profit) past £160m in only six months, with still ten weeks remaining of this transfer window. Put the team in the top six and I’ve little doubt they would fill 80,000 every week – but it’s just a guess. There is also a deal still on the table for Hugo Ekitike, with that widely reported to be worth at least £30m, including future add-ons etc. So with the Newcastle United owners already (including Sven Botman’s imminent arrival) having a net spend of £160m+ in the first six months of 2022 (and first nine months of them being in control), that is amazing stuff surely by anybody’s standards. What are the arguments in favour of selling season tickets? From a business point of view, there is the certainty of the income, with a big chunk of money for the season being paid up front. They unanimously agreed on six packages of sanctions against Russia, and have sent lots of arms and cash to Kyiv.

If / when Hugo Ekitike becomes a Newcastle player, that figure will head up towards the £200m mark. As I say, our enemies wanted Newcastle United to blindly chase the shiniest daftest individuals for headlines and instant prestige. If you are confident that you’ll sell out every game anyway, the only financial upside to a season ticket sale as opposed to 19 individual match tickets, is that the club get a lot more money up front. Instead, the Newcastle United owners have gone down the route of backing Eddie Howe and financing the sensible, though also ambitious, rebuilding of a team and squad. A team and squad (and CLUB!) that had suffered through 14+ years of . 5.