Plenty of Newcastle United fans have flocked to a tweet about the prospective takeover in the North East as NUFC 360 posted on their Twitter page calling all of their followers to join together.
This was in a plea to the Premier League to finally approve the deal at St. James’ Park and let them be rid of their current owner Mike Ashley.
Indeed, several members of the Toon faithful joined in with the plea and called out the top flight’s official Twitter page as a signal to England’s highest division to let the bid from the Saudi-led consortium go through.
The country’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), backed by his Public Investment Fund (PIF), businesswoman Amanda Staveley and the billionaire Reuben brothers, are all waiting hands on deck to find out if they are to become the new part-owners of the Magpies. A successful bid would end Ashley’s reign of 13 years.
Should the Premier League be updating the fans about what is going on?
These NUFC supporters pleaded to the league to approve the takeover:
@premierleague stop wasting everyone’s time and get it done
— Michael⚫️⚪️ (@MichaeINUFC) May 18, 2020
@premierleague get a shift on
— Jack Chaytor (@jchaytor16) May 18, 2020
@premierleague please hurry up. Do the right thing.
— Mouth of the Tyne 🗣️📢 (@ToonMouthTyne) May 18, 2020
Come on @premierleague
— NUFC ENGLAND (@Bradders4711) May 18, 2020
@premierleague hurry up with the test
— chefstevennorman (@chefstevennorm1) May 18, 2020
@premierleague the test needs to be the same for everyone ! Please get it sorted ! Please approve the takeover and end Mike Ashley’s horrendous stewardship of my club
— Paul Davison (@PaulDav86486288) May 19, 2020
@premierleague get it sorted
— nature boi (@jw_myers) May 19, 2020
— leo🇸🇦 (@leohennessey) May 19, 2020
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