Newcastle United’s new manager Eddie Howe has refused to rule out the possibility of loan deals with Saudi clubs for top players such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Ruben Neves. The Saudi Arabian consortium that recently took over the club is reportedly keen to make big-name signings to bolster the team’s chances of success.

Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice
Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice

Speaking to the media, Howe said: “We’re open to all possibilities when it comes to improving the team. If there are players available who can help us achieve our goals, we will consider all options, including loan deals with Saudi clubs.”

Ronaldo, who currently plays for Manchester United, has been linked with a move to Newcastle in recent weeks. The Portuguese forward, who is considered one of the best players in the world, could be a major coup for the club and help attract other top players to the team.

Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice
Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice

Similarly, Neves, who currently plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers, has also been linked with a move to Newcastle. The Portuguese midfielder is known for his skill and versatility and could be a valuable addition to the team.

While loan deals with Saudi clubs could be a possibility for Newcastle, there are also concerns about the club’s relationship with the Saudi Arabian government, which has been criticized for its human rights record. Some fans and activists have called for a boycott of Newcastle games in protest of the takeover.

Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice
Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice

Despite the controversy surrounding the takeover, Howe is focused on building a strong team and achieving success on the field. The new manager, who took over from Steve Bruce in November, has a reputation for developing young talent and playing an attacking style of football.

Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice
Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey completes emotional return to Cardiff after having contract RIPPED UP by Nice

In conclusion, Eddie Howe’s refusal to rule out loan deals with Saudi clubs for top players such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Ruben Neves highlights the club’s ambition to become a major player in the Premier League. While there are concerns about the club’s relationship with the Saudi Arabian government, Howe is focused on building a strong team and achieving success on the field. Whether Newcastle will be able to secure big-name signings such as Ronaldo and Neves remains to be seen, but fans of the club will be watching closely to see how the team develops under its new ownership.

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