Media Newcastle wants to destroy Ter Stegen of Barca
The recently taken up by a Saudi consortium Premier League Club Newcastle United wants to dismantle the German national goalkeeper Marc-André Ter Stegen from FC Barcelona after a report of the Spanish newspaper El Nacional.
The Magpies are ready to pay the Catalan Association in a financial crisis in the amount of 55 million euros, wrote the newspaper without mentioning sources. The two clubs and Ter Stegen did not comment on Friday first to the report.
Barca, which grows under a debt mountain of 1.35 billion euros, could use the money well. In addition, the achievements of the 29-year-old German were not so spectacular than earlier, the newspaper was concerned.
The biggest obstacle to a change, however, is Ter Stegen itself. He feels good in Barcelona and have always said that after his time in Catalonia wool to return to Germany, wrote El Nacional. Also, the acquisition of Newcastles through the Saudi consortium is anything but undisputed.
The Premier League had recently agreed to the deal, as the club is not under the control of Saudi Arabia. The public mutual fund is said to hold 80 percent of the consortium and is now majority owners of the association.
In addition, the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed is Salman, which are accused of serious human rights violations, the most influential man of the Fund. However, because the Fund is considered separated from the state, a transition from the league view was admissible.