Newcastle United’s new chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan is ready to be at Sunday’s sport with Tottenham Hotspur, 90min understands.
The Magpies hope that the chief govt at Public Funding Fund – who personal 80% of Newcastle – will arrive within the nation on Thursday, though that has not been formally confirmed by the membership.
Al-Rumayyan will arrive within the North East for the primary time because the takeover – which can be backed by a consortium made up of PCP Capital Companions, and David and Simon Reuben – was confirmed, and can link-up with fellow board administrators Amanda Staveley and Jamie Reuben to start his function as non-executive chairman.
The 51-year-old is because of have a busy few days in England as he’ll meet workers, together with because it stands supervisor Steve Bruce – though sources imagine he would be the one to rubber stamp his sacking, which has been on the playing cards because the takeover was confirmed.
Newcastle have already determined that Bruce and managing director Lee Charnley will probably be leaving St James’ Park and 90min can affirm talks are ongoing with quite a lot of targets for each jobs.
These close to the membership hope Al-Rumayyan’s arrival will assist to push ahead choices that to date haven’t been finalised – together with the brand new supervisor appointment, which may see present quantity two Graeme Jones appointed on an interim foundation.
90min understands that former Rangers head of recruitment Frank McParland is working with the membership and helps them, having been engaged in talks with the membership’s new house owners earlier than they formally took cost.
The previous Liverpool, Brentford and Burnley man is prone to tackle an official function as soccer advisor, whereas he’ll additionally set to play an element within the membership’s academy going ahead. Although he is not but below contract, it is thought McParland’s enter is taking part in an enormous half because the membership’s new house owners discover their toes at St James’.