Home News henry winter reacts to richard masters refusal to show newcastle united fans some respect over takeover

Henry Winter reacts to Richard Masters’ refusal to show Newcastle United fans some respect over takeover

Author image

Updated

on

Disclosure
We sometimes use affiliate links in our content, when clicking on those we might receive a commission – at no extra cost to you. By using this website you agree to our terms and conditions and privacy policy.

2 min read

Join our Telegram channel to stay up to date on the latest in marketing
Newcastle United v Leicester City - Premier League

The English Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters has refused to comment on Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund’s £300 million bid to own Newcastle United despite several attempts to get him to reveal how things are going.

While Magpies fans are tired following a 14-week wait, there are no guarantees that a decision is imminent, and The Times’ Chief Football Writer Henry Winter is fuming with Masters’ lack of respect towards the St. James’ Park faithful, reacting thus to his recent comments on Twitter:

Newcastle fans have already launched a petition asking the Premier League to make a decision and approve the takeover, and it has amassed over 11,000 signatures.

Magpies owner Mike Ashley has agreed to sell the club and is already growing impatient that the Premier League haven’t approved the deal.

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce and the players also want clarity over the ownership with the summer transfer window and the 2020-21 season fast approaching, but everyone will have to keep waiting, and Masters isn’t doing much to appeal the fans with his comments.

Join our Telegram channel to stay up to date on the latest in marketing