Michael Chopra has taken to Twitter to post a four-word tweet in response to an update on Newcastle’s ownership situation.
The update in question is in regards to PCP Capital Partners’ Mehrdad Ghodoussi’s activity on Twitter.
Ghodoussi – who is also Amanda Staveley’s husband – has been very active on Twitter recently.
The Shields Gazette published a story in which they show him speaking out on Project Big Picture, clearly showing a keen interest in ongoings within England’s top-flight.
This is despite the Premier League blocking PCP Capital Partners’ attempts to buy Newcastle.
In response to The Shields Gazette’s story, Chopra wrote ‘the Saudis have gone’ along with three laughing emojis.
Of course, it was the ex-Magpies striker who was involved in Bellagraph Nova Group’s attempts to buy the club from Mike Ashley as The Shields Gazette reported, so it is interesting to see the former Ipswich forward continue to hold an interest in the situation.
What this means in the grand scheme of things is unclear, although it’s evident that Chopra is still keeping an eye on the latest developments regarding a potential takeover of Newcastle.
After the Premier League blocked PCP Capital Partners’ attempts to take over, Newcastle began to seek legal advice according to The Guardian.
It definitely seems like those interested in the club haven’t let their interest dim.