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Newcastle United's potential XI under new billionaire owners could feature Kylian Mbappe if the club take Chelsea's extravagant transfer approach following their takeover.
Saudi Arabian Mohammad bin Salman's investment group are edging closer to completing a mega £300 million takeover of the Premier League outfit.
Newcastle will have the richest owners in world football- SCARFACE (@LFC_LION) April 14, 2020
This is how rich the Saudi owners are
If you combine all the wealth of the other 19 owners in the PL they still can't touch Newcastle new owners
They can buy MBappe in the blink of a eye #NUFC https://t.co/j6lppWsMyW
And the North East team could splash the cash to build an outrageous side when the transfer window reopens.
talkSPORT have put together a potential Newcastle XI if they follow in the footsteps of Chelsea and Manchester City after their major squad overhaul.
Newcastle's team includes superstar forward Mbappe, Lyon's Moussa Dembele, Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumaré and Man City's Kyle Walker as well as current stars Sean Longstaff and Allan Saint-Maximin.
- Martin Dubravka
- Danny Rose
- Kyle Walker
- Jerome Boateng
- Jamaal Lascelles
- Sean Longstaff
- Boubakary Soumaré
- Allan Saint-Maximin
- Miguel Almirón
- Kylian Mbappe
- Moussa Dembele
Who could manage this team? Well, the Saudi Prince is reportedly eyeing former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri to replace Steve Bruce, who could be sacked once the multi-million deal is completed.
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