Newcastle legend Alan Shearer jokes about Mike Ashley's direct purchase of Sports, House of Fraser

The Sports Direct of Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought House of Fraser for £ 90 million

Newcastle fans were very frustrated when the transfer window closed and the club was again quite frugal with respect to the purchase of new players.

His misery worsened Friday when owner Mike Ashley spent £ 90 million while his Sports Direct company bought House of Fraser.

Ashley has been strongly criticized by Newcastle fans for the way she runs the club, and legendary former club striker Alan Shearer had his say on the situation with a humorous tweet.

The Sports Direct of Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought House of Fraser for £ 90 million

The Sports Direct of Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought House of Fraser for £ 90 million

Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer hastened to make a joke about the situation on Twitter

Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer hastened to make a joke about the situation on Twitter

Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer hastened to make a joke about the situation on Twitter

Shearer enjoyed an illustrious career in Newcastle and is the club's top scorer.

Shearer enjoyed an illustrious career in Newcastle and is the club's top scorer.

Shearer enjoyed an illustrious career in Newcastle and is the club's top scorer.

Responding to news of Sports Direct's purchase of House of Fraser, Shearer wrote on Twitter: & # 39; What position do you play? & # 39;

Newcastle supporter, Neil McEvoy, responded to Shearer's tweet by writing: "How Ze Fraser, Dutch center Alan."

Commentator Dan Mason also made fun of the situation. He wrote: & # 39; Newcastle has bought someone named Hassov Fraser. New to me

Other notable figures also had their opinion, including the presenter Gabby Logan, who wrote: "Is he a striker?"

Meanwhile, the popular Twitter account @Footyaccums wrote: "I should fit very well in Rafa midfield, Shelvey – Fraser – Diame & # 39;

The jokes continued, with the writing of @RobRLFC: & # 39; They will score 20 goals per season with Rafa & # 39 ;.

@ KristianWall92 added: & # 39; Solid replacement of Mitrovic, should be able to reach the end of a Jonjo Shelvey ball & # 39;

In addition, James Price wrote: & # 39; Club transfer record finally broken & # 39;

Striker Yoshinori Muto, who arrived from Mainz, was Newcastle's biggest summer signing

Striker Yoshinori Muto, who arrived from Mainz, was Newcastle's biggest summer signing

Striker Yoshinori Muto, who arrived from Mainz, was Newcastle's biggest summer signing

SUMMER SIGNATURES OF NEWCASTLE

Martin Dubravka – Sparta Prague – £ 4 million

Ki Sung-yeung – Swansea – Free

Fabian Schar – Deportivo La Coruña – £ 3m

Yoshinori Muto – Mainz – £ 9.5m

Federico Fernandez – Swansea – £ 6 million

Kenedy – Chelsea – Loan

Salomon Rondon – West Bromwich Albion – Loan

Newcastle brought in seven new signings during the summer transfer period, but none of those players cost more than 10 million pounds sterling.

The most expensive arrival was Japanese forward Yoshinori Muto, who arrived from Mainz for £ 9.5m.

Defender Federico Fernandez joined from Swansea for £ 6 million, while Fabian Schar made the switch from Deportivo La Coruna for £ 3 million.

In addition, Ki Sung-yeung joined a free transfer after leaving Swansea and goalkeeper Martin Dubravka made his move from Sparta Prague standing for £ 4m.

Kenedy and Salomon Rondon joined on loan from Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion, respectively, but that was not enough to placate many Newcastle fans, who demanded more money be spent.

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