Floyd Mayweather wants to buy Premier League side Newcastle United

Floyd Mayweather wants to buy Premier League side Newcastle United

- Floyd Mayweather is interested in buying EPL side Newcastle United

- The American is among the richest men in the world

- Newcastle United are currently occupying 13th position on the standings

American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has decided to take the gathering of his assets to another level after declaring interest in buying Premier League side Newcastle United.

For the past few years, current owner of Newcastle United Mike Ashley has been reported to be interested in selling the club, and he may have gotten a buyer now.

According to the report on Sportbible which was also reported on Daily Mail, Floyd Mayweather explained in a question and answer segment that he is interested in Newcastle United.

In January this year, an unnamed Saudi Arabia billionaire was linked with a move to buy Newcastle United, but nothing came out of it.

Floyd Mayweather is known as the richest athlete in the world considering what he has gathered so far in his boxing career before he retired from the game of the ring.

And even after retiring, the man known as the 'Money Man' is still making lot of cash for himself in other things he does.

The 43-year-old has many mansions in America, lot of cars, private jets and hardly is there anything money can get that Floyd Mayweather can't buy.

He has also extended his money to his children who also drive exotic cars around in America and friends are not left behind as well.

Meanwhile, Floyd Mayweather has offered Deontay Wilder the chance to train him before his trilogy fight against British champion Tyson Fury.

Floyd Mayweather is optimistic that he can help his fellow countryman to beat Tyson Fury when they meet again later this year.

Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how Floyd Mayweather is no doubt living the life of his choice after the retired American boxer added another expensive Nike trainers to his shoe closet, ending the speculations that he is running out cash.

The 43-year-old sports celebrity cleared the air following growing insinuations that he is 'skint' by showing his critics what it takes to be called "The Money," buying a Nike shoe which reportedly gulped more than £8,000 from his purse.

Obviously, this is not the first time Mayweather would show the big bicep of his opulence as recently the former lightweight boxer showed off his newly-acquired Rolls Royce Phantom dubbed "private jet of the road.

Source: Yen

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