Newcastle United have been urged by a Manchester United legend to go all out for three England stars following their big-money takeover.
The Magpies were officially taken over by a Saudi Arabia-led consortium, who are reportedly richer than Manchester City's owners, last week.
As a result, the Premier League outfit has been linked with a host of players and high-profile managers as they look to follow in the footsteps of the Citizens.
Former United star Rio Ferdinand has now insisted that Newcastle should go after the likes of Raheem Sterling and Jesse Lingard.
"I'd be going to try and make like a mad couple of signings, like huge, that I think would be gettable," Ferdinand said on his YouTube channel.
"I'd be looking at people like Raheem Sterling. Raheem Sterling's not playing regularly, I'd go ask him the question. I'd go and ask Declan Rice: 'What's going on?'
"Them two would be the first two on my list, and I'd go all out to go and get them. And then I'd be trying to get people like Jesse Lingard, who's in and around the Man United squad.
"It's unrealistic until you ask the question. I'd be going out there to get answers from these types of players and then you work your way down your list."
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