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Newcastle new owners are aiming to win the Premier League in five to ten years.

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 08: Newcastle United Directors Amanda Staveley (R) and Mehrdad Ghodoussi (L) pose for photographs inside their stadium after meeting with staff at St. James Park on October 08, 2021 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Serena Taylor/Newcastle United via Getty Images)

Amanda Staveley, co-owner of Newcastle United and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Saudi Arabia Revealed to the media the intention of raising her team to the Premier League champion level in the near future.

Of course we have the same ambitions as Manchester City and PSG in terms of trophies. But that takes time,” Staveley told the Daily Mail.

“Do we want to win the Premier League in five to ten years? Yes, of course. This revolution is a huge change. We want to see the trophy But trophies require investment, time, patience and teamwork.”

So far more than 50 years later. Newcastle have not won any trophies. But the long wait is likely to end soon if it is fully supported by the new owner, as the claim claims.

Amanda Staveley 48-year-old British businesswoman. who was behind the takeover deal. Including holding 10 percent of Newcastle’s current

Main Stand will take you to know this woman. And you might get an answer as to why the Saudi funders to choose Newcastle United

For Amanda Staveley. She started a restaurant business in England. From the age of just 23. borrowing £180,000 from a bank. Or about 8,300,000 Thai baht. She is also an avid stock player. And like to go to the racecourse to befriend heavy investors as well. according to a report from ‘ufabet