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Only last summer did we see Newcastle embroiled in takeover frustrations when they witnessed a deal with the Saudi Prince investment fund. will fail in his face.
Of course, there is not as much money involved in Sunderland, but due to the size of the club, a deal with willing investors is taking a long time to conclude.
Last month was reported that Stewart Donald had agreed to sell Juan Sartori and Kyril Louis-Dreyfus, but William Storey insists that he, too, is in the running.
In fact, Rich Energy’s CEO has been incredibly open about his ploy to buy Sunderland, so much so that he has already explained what he wants to do if he walks through the door of the Stadium of Light.
One of those plans is to invest in Premier League talent, using the loan market to attract a handful of under-23 players with low wages.
Should Donald sell to Storey?
But how could this be possible? Well Storey revealed to him The chronic which has a fairly large phone book.
“What I can say is that I am extremely confident, indeed confident, that we would have an immediate injection of some real quality players and I am very fortunate to have excellent relationships in the Premier League, which is an asset that can be used to benefit. of Sunderland Football Club “.
The Mackems have tried a number of strategies since they were relegated from the top flight and they haven’t done particularly well. So could Storey’s help be beneficial? Certainly, in terms of the massive contacts it has, it would be.
The businessman has already assumed the power of Red Bull in Formula 1, participating in a war of words And it’s clear that he’s not afraid to tip over the apple cart and put his name there.
However, its fierce nature is crucial. It’s hard to argue that Donald has been particularly aggressive in the Northeast and, having no league record at Eastleigh, he clearly wouldn’t have had too many flashy contacts.
That’s different with Storey, someone who insists he knows people in high positions. If you know a lot in the Premier League, then getting promoted back to where you want to be surely gets easier.
If he gets a deal with Sunderland, Storey simply has to use this strategy. It might well ensure promotion.
And in other news, Sunderland owes SWOOP for Dynamo with 13 G / A this quarter, plays like Foden …