NEWCASTLE'S new owners are also interested in buying Inter Milan, according to reports.

The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund finally completed their controversial Magpies takeover yesterday, after a dispute was settled with Qatari broadcasters BeINSports.

Toon fans are already dreaming of a star-studded team, with their new billionaire owners set to invest heavily in the team.

But Newcastle may not be the only club the Public Investment Fund (PIF) choose to spend money on.

According to Calciomercato via Football Italia, the Saudi group are working on a deal to buy Inter Milan from the Suning Group.

They report that before going ahead, however, the PIF want assurances that Inter's new stadium plans can go ahead without a hitch.

The Serie A giants are keen to rush through a takeover, particularly following the re-election of Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala.

Inter have been surrounded by financial uncertainty since winning last season's league title.


Boss Antonio Conte walked out on the club just days after the final game of the season.

And star players Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi had to be sold to balance the books.

The Suning Group's other club, Jiangsu, were dissolved at the end of last season amid financial trouble – just three months after winning the Chinese Super League.

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