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Newcastle’s new chairman, Yasir al-Lunmayan, clashes in the first match since the £ 300m acquisition of St. James’ Park for Spurs

Newcastle’s new Saudi Arabia supremo will be held in St. James’ Park for the first match of today’s club’s new era.

His Excellency Yasir al-Lunmayan, Chairman of Newcastle, £ 300m acquisitionParticipate in the Premier League clash this afternoon with Tottenham.

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Newcastle’s new chairman, Yasir al-Lunmayan, joins TottenhamCredit: Reuters

Al-Rummayan is the governor of the Public Investment Fund, a Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund that currently owns 80% of the club.

Although he is not a regular visitor to the northeast, it is understood that he will attend iconic opportunities at Tyneside.

Al Lun Mayan is one of Saudi Arabia’s most powerful figures and chairman of Saudi Aramco’s oil and natural gas company, one of the world’s largest profitable companies.

The new administration is not planning a revolution, Tottenham Midfielder Harry Winks is considered one of the potential targets for the January transfer slot.

But former Newcastle Star Chris Waddle wants to see the boat pushed out -And imagine Paul Pogba of St. James.

The French World Cup winner has not yet signed a new contract with Manchester United, and the current contract will expire at the end of the season.

Following them Controversial acquisition of Saudi Arabia Last week, Toon’s legendary Waddle believes the sky is the limit of the club in front of him.

He told Sun Sport:Paul Pogba’s Out of contract Isn’t he?

“Now people may say about Newcastle — but money speaks.

“If they sell their dreams about what we are winning and trying to achieve, that may be the case.”

Waddle urged 60 years old Newcastle “Test” a large team looking for new talent to drive the northeastern giants off the table.

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Newcastle’s new chairman, Yasir al-Lunmayan, clashes in the first match since the £ 300m acquisition of St. James’ Park for Spurs

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