Speaking on his YouTube channel, Rio Ferdinand has been speaking about Mauro Icardi’s state of affairs amid hyperlinks to Newcastle United.
Icardi has been linked to Newcastle in newest days, and whereas which may be a very thrilling signing, Ferdinand thinks it’s one which the Magpies will wrestle to tug off.
Actually, the Manchester United legend thinks that because of actuality Newcastle isn’t as glamorous a metropolis as Paris, the Magpies would possibly wrestle to steer Icardi to maneuver, stating that it’s a ‘arduous promote’.
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Ferdinand gave his view on the Icardi rumours.
“That’s one issue it’s a should to ponder as properly, Paris or Newcastle? What are you going to do, it’s a tricky promote that typically. The Geordies know that it’s going to be arduous to attract avid gamers, nevertheless now they’ve the financial muscle to take that out of the equation. A participant will typically suppose ‘I can go to Paris, Milan or London and get X sum of cash, nevertheless I can double that or triple that in Newcastle.’ Which will very effectively be the deciding subject now with the money they have to spend,” Ferdinand acknowledged.
The reality is that if Newcastle want to enchantment to those avid gamers they need to pay hefty wages.
Icardi is reportedly on €10m-a-year (£165,000-a-week) correct now, nevertheless the Magpies would possibly should pay him way more than that to steer him to make this alteration.
As Ferdinand says, with all due respect, Newcastle isn’t any Paris and in all honesty, United can’t compete with PSG on the sporting entrance correct now.
The Magpies would possibly should pay extortionate portions as they begin to assemble their enterprise.
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https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2021/10/15/hard-sell-rio-ferdinand-reckons-newcastle-could-still-struggle-to-sign-165000-a-week-player/ | Rio Ferdinand reckons Newcastle would possibly nonetheless wrestle to sign £165,000-a-week participant