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Newcastle United news: Richard Keys tells Rafa Benitez to ‘spend some of his own money’ if he loves Magpies

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The beIN SPORTS pundit backed former Manchester United and England star Rio Fedinand over comments made defending Mike Ashley Richard Keys has told Rafa Benitez to ‘spend his own money’ on Newcastle United if he truly loves the club as much as he says.

“If Rafa loves Newcastle as he says – spend some of his own money.

Keys, the beIN SPORTS pundit, used social media website Twitter to comment on a row that has begun between Newcastle’s supporters and Rio Ferdinand, the former Manchester United and England defender.

Ferdinand claimed Ashley spent £50million of his own money to win Newcastle promotion back to the Premier League after their relegation, and he also questioned why Ashley should be forced to invest more money into the St James’ Park club at this moment in time considering he is looking to sell.

Ferdinand defended Mike Ashley, the Newcastle owner, while working for BT Sport on Saturday evening, ahead of the Magpies’ 2-1 defeat at Chelsea.

Benitez hopes to secure signings this month to increase Newcastle’s chances of staying in the Premier League, though money appears to be a factor in restricting potential deals.

He picks the team.” Keys’ suggestion that Benitez should invest his own money in Newcastle is bizarre, seeing as it is unheard of at football’s elite level.
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