In August 2017, Floyd Mayweather defeated UFC star Conor McGregor boasting a 50-0 record and he is yet to fight anyone to date. Although he fixed a rematch already. Floyd Mayweather a five-weight world champion, in his career, made $1billion. Moreover, In a Magpie, he has the intention of investing his money, during a talk upon Tyne in Newcastle.

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“If they really want me to buy the club, they should inform me” (Floyd Mayweather/Instagram)

Since 2008, when the current chief Mike Ashley made an outrageous sharing with the famous previous manager Kevin Keegan, Newcastle fans have longed for a new owner on Tyneside.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. a boxing icon has shown interesting in buying Newcastle United a Premier League Club in England doing a promotional event.

Mike renamed the club stadium St James’ Park to after his sports retail company, he overlooked two relegations and he also made infamous appointments.

Floyd Mayweather went on with the crowd. He knew how desperate Ashley is to move on, and the interest of rivals interested in buying the club fading.

When asked if he was really interested in buying the club. He replied: “We call it soccer in the US. But Newcastle United FC team is an incredible club.

To cheer things up The American added: “If they really want me to buy the club, they should inform me”.

Although no formal negotiations had been made, TMZ reported how interested Floyd Mayweather is, buying shares in Newcastle United FC.

Currently, Newcastle is 13th in the Premier league table, having 8 points cleared from the bottom. After winning Southampton on Saturday, and will be playing Manchester City in March in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

In 2018 Investor Amanda Staveley’s group previously tabled a deal worth £300 million. But the deal did not come through despite the fact manager Rafa Benitez’s successfully kept the club in the premier league.

Andrew Henderson, the current lawyer of Newcastle United FC owner Mike Ashley. In October 2017 told BBC that there are ongoing negotiations with different “worthy” groups irrespective of selling the Club.

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