«Newcastle fans want Mbappé and Messi»

The Newcastle you already think big and it is not for less. The acquisition of the club by the royal family of Saudi Arabia has turned the club into the one with the largest capital in the world and now it is a matter of time to see who the magpies can attract to get into the elite of football as soon as possible.

For this, the signings of stars will be the great objective, something that he confessed Jonjo shelvey, who was very excited about the new owners. «The scenes of the fans in the stadium were incredible. I was going for a drive … I wanted to go out and have a beer with them!»said the club captain, who went on to state that «that reaction in the stadium was unique. The fans have suffered a lot in the past, so I think what we saw was a release of frustration and relief that the deal was finally over. concretized «.

It is true, however, that Shelvey He is down to earth and assured the Daily Mail that when the club manages to establish itself among the greatest «I will probably no longer be. I have 18 months left on my contract, so it is up to me to show the people in charge what I am. It is stressful, but I am a positive person and I will try to seize the opportunity. »

The emotion is such that the captain of the Newcastle make it clear that «I understand that the fans want Mbappé and Messi», although he is aware that «it will not happen overnight, we have to be realistic.» But, yes, the phrase is clear: «this club can achieve everything it wants now, the sky is the limit.»

Limit situation

Make guesses of what can become the Newcastle It is very good, but it is still fiction. The reality now is that the English team is in a very delicate situation as they are penultimate in the Premier League, without having won yet and with Steve Bruce with a foot and a half off the bench.

«When you look at some of the players we have, it’s scary where we really are. First and foremost, we have to stay in the Premier League. January will be a great month for the club,» he said. Shelvey, who commented that «we have a short-term objective, which is to achieve the first victory. With the squad we have we can do it on Sunday.»