With Newcastle's takeover taking the center of football headlines this week, football fans have been left wondering what revolutions the new owners will be bringing at the club. The Magpies fans were seen celebrating the takeover when the official announcement was made.
Fans have been guessing the top players the club will be prepared to sign. How do you think top football players in the world will look like in Newcastle's jersey? Let's look at some of them.
2. Sergio Ramos
The legendary Real Madrid's center back sealed his move from the Spanish top club to Paris Saint Germain. He is yet to make his debut.
Being the most sought striker by top clubs in the world,the Norwegian will have his release clause activated next summer.
4. Philippe Coutinho
The Brazilian midfielder has seen his career at Barcelona taken a worse path with injuries being his major setback.
5. Kylian Mbappe
The French striker is set to see his contract with Paris Saint Germain run out next summer. He is yet to accept new contract proposals from the Parisians.
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