Mercato: this decision will thwart Newcastle’s plans

Premier League Red Lantern, Newcastle, will play big against Arsenal this Saturday at 1:30 pm in Saint James’Park. A new defeat would further darken the sporting situation of the magpies. Newly adopted under the Saudi flag, the English club intended to take advantage of the winter transfer window to make some changes to the squad under Eddie Howe. An envelope of 60 million euros was even mentioned with insistence in the British media. But the Premier League doesn’t understand it that way.

In fact, after an emergency meeting, a new rule was introduced that prohibited formations from entering into trade agreements with companies associated with their owners. The objective of this measure remains clear: to limit financial inequalities. A rule adopted by all Premier League clubs except Manchester City … This decision was already having an impact on the new management of the Magpies, who were keen to conclude trade deals as soon as possible that would boost the club’s economy. .

An approach that fell through the cracks until at least November 30. Unfortunately, however, the race did not end so well for Newcastle. In today’s edition of The Daily [Mail] (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-10247279/Newcastle-suffer-fresh-blow-January-transfer-plans-Premier -League-extend- sponsoring-ban.html) shows that this ban has been extended by the Premier League at least until December 14! A new blow which should definitely strike the strategy of the new shareholders for the winter transfer window. Because the future investments next January clearly depended on the trade agreements that Amanda Staveley and her employees had concluded.

She recently admitted that she was trying to make sponsorship deals as soon as possible. The shareholder and club leader can therefore forget the possibility of signing contracts with Saudi companies. One less lever to activate, which could therefore affect the winter transfer window for residents of Saint James’Park. Eddie Howe’s already complex mission could be nearly impossible without a large transfer window …

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