Newcastle have a new suitor after the final resignation of the Saudi royal family a few weeks ago to take over the club. This is the Canadian Evangeline Shen, a famous businesswoman who runs the Bellagraph Nova Group together with Singaporean cousins Terence and Nelson Loh.
The company is considering buying Mike Ashley's Newcastle and already has a € 300 million offer on the table. The plan is ambitious, since it would have Alan Shearer in the sports direction and would have a clear objective with which to rub shoulders with the best in Europe: to sign Cristiano Ronaldo.
Evangeline Shen and the Loh cousins have revenues of approximately € 9 billion and have promised to "contribute enormously to the development of the club. Although its fame in the UK is rare, the Paris-based company has mingled in high circles around the world, including with Obama last December. In an act of the founding of the former president of the United States, Shen donated a bracelet valued at 30,000 euros.
The appearance of the Canadian businesswoman as a possible buyer of Newcastle is much better valued by the Premier than the previous one of the Saudi royal family, since the cases of piracy on a national scale that occur in that country had put into question the consensual entry of a group investing there in a football like the Premier. If, in addition to avoiding this problem, the new management comes with Cristiano under his arm, the benefit for English football will be double.
The truth is that the Canadian would come from the hand of Alan Shearer, who would have an important role within the renewed Newcastle, which already has a great objective for the future of the club. This is none other than the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo.