- Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is closing in a Newcastle takeover.
- Jamal Khashoggi was murdered inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago.
- Bin Salman has been accused by the CIA of personally ordering the journalist's assassination.
Hatice Cengiz, a fiancee of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi, has called on Newcastle United supporters to fight Mohammed Bin Salman from taking over at their club.
She published an open letter on Twitter: "I write to you at a crucial time in the history of your famous football club. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the absolute ruler of Saudi Arabia, is aiming to take over your club by offering a huge sum of money.
"I know that many of you are tempted by his offer to get out of the dire situation that has crippled your club for so many years. But the Crown Prince is accused of ordering Jamal's murder. All credible investigations have shown his responsibility.
"He has not been put on trial in his own country as he controls it with an iron fist. My plea to you is to think whether accepting Mohammed bin Salman's offer is really the right way out of the despair for your club and City."
Khashoggi was murdered inside a Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018 and the CIA concluded that Bin Salman had personally ordered the journalist's assassination.
The Crown Prince is reportedly on the verge of completing a Newcastle takeover after failing to convince Manchester United's owner, the Glazer family, to sell the club.