Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe knows his team have a big task ahead of them in staying in the Premier League this season. But praised the ambition of the new owners.
Following the imminent arrival of Bruno Guimaraes, Newcastle’s spending would surpass £ 70 million in January with a few days left, and Courts were quick to praise the ambition of the club’s owners.
As per the Daily mail, the former Bournemouth manager supported the Saudi owners’ great ambition for the club, but warned that time would be the key factor in achieving such ambitions.
He said: “There is great ambition at the club. In time, that (ambition) will become a reality, I’m sure – in terms of everything that is in the eyes and minds of the people around the club. “
Newcastle’s first window under the Saudi-backed Public Investment Fund, which owns an 80% stake in the club, was anything but smooth.
The search for a new center-back has so far eluded The Magpies, but acquisitions of defensive midfielder Guimaraes, and international footballer Kieran Trippier and Chris Wood have improved the group into positions that need a bit of ‘tlc’.
During the team’s visit to Jeddah during the international break, the City that hosted a controversial Formula 1 Grand Prix last month, PIF members spoke to the team, and Courts also praised the inspiration and motivation he provided. believe the speech will provide.