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The takeover of Newcastle was completed last Thursday and the new owners have a long-term aim of propelling the club to the Premier League title.
A host of big-name players have since been linked with a move to Tyneside, and former Aston Villa forward Gabriel Agbonlahor believes that a player like Ramsey could make a big impact at St James' Park. He also touted Phillipe Coutinho as another possible addition to the Magpies' squad.
"I'd go and get Ramsey or someone like that," he told talkSPORT.
"He's still a good player and it isn't working for him at Juventus at the moment.
"I'd target those kinds of players where you don't have to pay them silly money.
"I'd take Coutinho, too, because we were talking about the Man City takeover and they had Robinho come in.
"Coutinho's not really playing his football properly at Barcelona, and Barcelona will take anything - they still owe Liverpool for him, don't they?"
Newcastle's newly-found wealth has been met with huge uproar from the other 19 Premier League clubs, with Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool even lobbying to prevent the deal from going ahead in the first instance.
It is little wonder, considering that Newcastle's wealth is now estimated to be in the region of £320billion - more than the other 19 Premier League clubs combined.
But the club is still in the midst of a relegation battle and turn their attention to the visit of Tottenham Hotspur to St James' Park on Saturday.
The Magpies then travel to Crystal Palace six days later, before concluding October with a home clash against title-chasing Chelsea.
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