Newcastle United could well be in for a huge windfall if their prospective takeover goes through.
The Saudi Royal Family have been linked with the purchase of the north-east outfit for the last few months, and should the deal go through, it would see the Toon become arguably the richest side on the planet. The transfer rumour mill has been going into overdrive, and the Magpies have been linked with a whole host of world class players – Kylian Mbappe and Kalidou Koulibaly are to name but two.
However, Dan Barlaser does not seem too fazed by the speculation – he appears to be relishing the chance to return to St. James’ Park. He has been playing for Rotherham this term in League One, and has impressed with an average WhoScored rating of 7.24, and he has taken to Instagram to share that this was the best year in his career and that he is leaving the club as a better player.
Do you think Dan Barlaser has a chance at Newcastle next season?
The Chronicle has picked up on the post and asked their supporters whether they believe Barlaser has a future at the club – the Toon supporters don’t appear to think so. One even said that there ‘must be no takeover’ if Barlaser is being considered – they are probably right in as much as the midfielder probably wouldn’t get an opportunity if the new owners came in.
They took to Twitter to share their thoughts, and you can see some of the best comments from the social media platform below.
Thought we were buying Mbappe ?
Must be no takeover
— Richard Summerfield (@ToonRichie) June 13, 2020
No. Ask a serious question next time please.
— Bobby Nend (@DennisP45853921) June 13, 2020
Hes 24 next birthday and playing for Rotheram . You lot dont half print some tat !
— Gennaro Savastano (@Gennaro39772592) June 13, 2020
No he’s League 1 standard.
— Rafa Facts (@FactsRafa) June 13, 2020
— Nathan◼◻Moat (@nathanmoat) June 13, 2020
— Martin Byrne (@MartinByrne01) June 13, 2020
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