Mike Ashley - who says he is portrayed as "a pantomime villain" - says Benitez can have all the money.
Rafael Benitez has a message for Newcastle owner Mike Ashley. See if you can decipher it.
Benitez still wants 'three or four names' signed this month despite knowing the takeover wouldn't be completed.
Amanda Staveley talks of her plans for Newcastle, which obviously mean nothing if her group doesn't pay up...
Rafa Benitez really is pinning all his hopes on January and he's turning the screw on Mike Ashley...
Mike Ashley is on the verge of selling Newcastle United, with a deal reportedly set to be completed.
It looks like it will be a big old January for Newcastle and Rafael Benitez. Funds are needed.
Newcastle United has been carried by its supporters for too long. The final wait is the worst bit...
That first offer - which could be worth £280m - contained too many clauses for Mike.
Ashley will only sell Newcastle to a buyer who has the financial muscle to invest heavily in the squad. Haha.
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley is hoping to complete a deal by Christmas.
Newcastle United are less a sleeping giant, more a club placed in a coma by Mike Ashley. Salvation is close.
Newcastle fans cannot "ask anymore" of Mike Ashley. It's Rafael Benitez and his signings who are to blame.
In a rare, in-depth interview, Mike Ashley admits his "stupidity" as Newcastle owner. And there's more.
"When I decided to stay I was expecting another thing," says Benitez. Uh oh...
It may well be Mike Ashley's biggest crime yet if he loses this manager because of inaction...
With reports of interest in the club from China, Mike Ashley is ready to listen to offers for Newcastle.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has insisted he shares the pain of supporters at the club's relegation.
A great Mailbox. Thoughts on Newcastle's relegation, Arsenal's summer and Wednesday's ground
"They have got me and I have got them, that's just the way it is." Is this Ireland in the 1950s? Divorce anyone?
Ex-Newcastle defender Mike Williamson thinks owner Mike Ashley has shown enough drive in the transfer market to change public opinion.
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