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How the NUFC takeover is continuing to make its presence felt

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Sign up to our Newcastle United newsletter for updates Recent fallout over the long-running takeover saga at Newcastle United hasn't just been the talk of Tyneside - it was the talk of the footballing world.

Newcastle United's takeover may have stalled to the point of collapse this summer, but the reverberations around the bid continue to be felt.

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"The value of their first offer was based on the proposed £300m takeover of Newcastle by a Saudi Arabian-led consortium, plus an extra £50m because of West Ham’s London location," the Guardian report.

But machinations in the background of the deal and Mike Ashley's determination to pursue legal action against the Premier League mean it remains an ongoing concern both for Newcastle and the league.

United's Premier League rivals West Ham are understood to be the centre of their own takeover saga, with a US consortium seeing two offers for the Hammers rebuffed.

The Saudi Arabian PIF-backed bid is - officially at least - off the table for the time being after their withdrawl from the deal.
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