Newcastle United’s player reinforcement, which aims to participate in the UEFA Champions League, is attracting attention.
Transfer Markt, a German transfer media outlet, predicted and introduced Newcastle’s best 11 in the 2023-24 season on the 13th (Korean time). Newcastle is in third place in the Premier League this season with 18 wins, 11 draws and 5 losses (65 points), and is competing to obtain a ticket to the UEFA Champions League next season. Newcastle is ahead of Manchester United (63 points) in 4th place and Liverpool (62 points) in 5th place, and has an advantage in the ranking competition as they have played one less game than Liverpool. Newcastle is about to compete in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 21 years since the 2002-23 season.
Newcastle are considered the most powerful club in the Premier League after being acquired by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund last year. Newcastle, who competed for relegation in the Premier League last season, are continuing to compete for the top ranks this season. Newcastle has conceded only 29 goals in 34 Premier League matches this season, showing off their stable defense with the league’s smallest concession.
Isaac, Joellington and Rafinha were selected as Newcastle’s expected best 11 strikers for next season. In addition, the midfield line was expected to be composed of Kimaryangis, Thuram, and Madison, and the defense line would be built by Tierney, Botman, Todibo, and Trippier. It was expected that Pope would be the goalkeeper.온라인카지노
Newcastle is expected to recruit five key players, including Rafinha, Madison, Thuram, Tierney and Todibo, to the existing squad that is competing for the top ranks of the Premier League this season. Among the players predicted to join Newcastle, the player with the highest market value was Madison with 55 million euros (approximately 80.2 billion won). The total market value of the five players who are attracting attention as Newcastle recruitment rumors is 192 million euros (approximately 280 billion won). Newcastle’s estimated best 11 market value totaled 416 million euros (approximately 606.7 billion won).
The British Mirror said, “The Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund that acquired Newcastle has invested 250 million pounds (about 418.3 billion won) in player recruitment. Newcastle proceeded with the signing while adhering to financial fair play rules. As Newcastle competed for the Champions League, the gear of the club project was raised.”