The new era of Newcastle has begun and great changes have taken place in this team.
new chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan will be with the team from Sunday and the match against Tottenham.
Following the sale of the club to the public investment fund, the club hoped that the new CEO would be appointed by Thursday, and it now looks like he will leave for the Newcastle on Saturday, although the club has not yet confirmed the news.
Al-Rumayyan will travel to the Northeast for the first time since buying the club and will soon start working as the club's chairman. The 51-year-old has been in England for the past few days negotiating with the club's staff and coach Steve Bruce, and it is said that the club's manager will be fired soon.
Newcastle had previously decided managing director Lee Charnley and Bruce would be sacked, and there are rumors that they are in talks with multiple options for both jobs. It is reported that Frank McParland, former Rangers' head of recruitment, is working with the club and is considering a number of options. He will probably be introduced as the club's official advisor.
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