Official – More than two bids received for Newcastle United

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Fans - Maybe, just maybe the nightmare is nearly over

Speaking to the Chronicle today, Derek Llambias confirmed that there has been ‘two or more’ bids for Newcastle United and that makes for very interesting reading indeed. It was reported earlier that the sale might take another 4 weeks, which it could well but since there has been bids received surely it can’t take 4 weeks to complete the sale of the club? Then again it’s Mike Ashley so you never know.

Llambias said :

“There have been more than two bids at £100m.

“At the moment we are in the hands of lawyers and it is all ongoing.

“We are giving interested parties all the help that they need.”

So it’s true prospective buyers were given a tour of St.James’ Park and we hope, that the deal is concluded soon. Who are the interested parties though?!

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Waldo P. Barnstormer: ⏱ 06/07/2009

Yeah this crud has really got to me, I've bearly posted anywhere here, NUFCBlog BBC or anything. There is gonna be a huge problem of changing out players. As the new one's coming in getting time to gel and any out going players accepting contracts from other clubs for less coin. Players hold just about every card in the pack. If they want to leave they go on strike or force a move. If they wish to stay for the money they refuse to accept any contract offered to them we are almost in a lose lose situation. Sorry slightly off topic. Hopefully hear something in the very near future and push through with a new manager and then sort out the playing staff. As we are already weeks behind everyone else.

Waldo P. Barnstormer: ⏱ 06/07/2009

Yeah this crud has really got to me, I've bearly posted anywhere here, NUFCBlog BBC or anything. There is gonna be a huge problem of changing out players. As the new one's coming in getting time to gel and any out going players accepting contracts from other clubs for less coin. Players hold just about every card in the pack. If they want to leave they go on strike or force a move. If they wish to stay for the money they refuse to accept any contract offered to them we are almost in a lose lose situation. Sorry slightly off topic. Hopefully hear something in the very near future and push through with a new manager and then sort out the playing staff. As we are already weeks behind everyone else.