Newcastle doesn’t believe Saudi capital paid heavily to buy Manchester United.

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Newcastle co-owner Amanda Staveley does not believe a Saudi-funded conglomerate will pay a huge sum for Manchester United football team.

The Glazer family, owners of the “Manchester United” team have been in the news for the sale of the club’s shares in recent weeks. There were reportedly five bids coming in. But Sheikh Yassim bin Hammad Al Thani, chairman of Qatar’s largest bank. And Sir Jim Ratcliffe were seen as the two favorites.

However, according to British media reports. The offer has not satisfied Glazer, who put the figure at 6 billion pounds. But has received no offer to reach 5 thousand million pounds.

It is believed that the investment group from Saudi Arabia. An offer will also be made, even if the deadline has been put. But Staveley, who was a key part of the group backed to takeover Newcastle for £300m does not believe there will be. Such an enormous offer from the land of oil tycoons UFABET 

“That’s not what I believe at all. I can’t talk about PIFs (Public Investment Funds), but I don’t see that being the case,” Staveley said while attending Fina’s Business of Football Summit. National Times

“Especially at Newcastle we clearly wanted a club with a strong fan base. We have that and we want a club that can be bought at an affordable price.

“We don’t look at Tottenham, Chelsea or Liverpool because why should we spend billions?”