ClearTV Media CEO Henry Mauris has stopped a £350 million offered to purchase Newcastle United, according to the BBC senior football journalist Ian Dennis.
The report is affirmed by Chief Newcastle Writer Lee Ryder of the Chronicle, further explaining the American’s plans to be in charge of the St. James’ Park outfit by next season start.
Mauris is preparing his team to move if the £300 million offer from the Public Investment Fund to purchase Newcastle falls through, and his legal team argues that it will take him under three weeks to pass the Owners’ and Directors’ Test of the Premier League.
Amanda Staveley-drove’s offer has battled to pass the test and it’s been over nine weeks since the Premier League began scrutinizing her, the Reuben Brothers and the Saudis, with another raft of inquiries sent to the last end of the week only days after they answered detailed initial inquiries.
Yesterday’s report from the World Trade Organization decided that Saudi was supporting pirate satellite TV beoutQ, and with that threatening to deal a hit to the chances of purchasing Newcastle from PIF, Maurice is waiting to jump.