Reading FC would reach the Premier League thanks to Mike Ashley………..

READING, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 23: A detailed view of a Reading corner flag is seen prior to the Sky Bet Championship match between Reading and Sheffield United at Madejski Stadium on November 23, 2021 in Reading, England. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Following his helicopter’s discovery at the Select Car Leasing Stadium over the weekend, Mike Ashley has been the topic of discussions regarding the purchase of Reading FC.

Under current owner Dai Yongge, the Royals are in financial trouble. He has not paid tax bills, has not paid employee wages on time, and has seen the team punished 16 points for financial mismanagement.

Problems have also arisen on the field, with Reading presently occupying the 24th position in League One.

The club is currently up for sale with Ashley rumoured to be interested in purchasing the club.

Last week, a helicopter owned by Ashley and part of The Fraser Group was spotted at the SCL Stadium parking lot.

The British billionaire Ashley owned Newcastle United from 2007 to 2021 and is the proprietor of Sports Direct and the House of Fraser retail outlets.

Darragh MacAnthony, the owner of Peterborough United, stated on TalkSport radio that he believes Mike Ashley will be able to save Reading. The best owner they could have would be him.

“Reading would reach the Premier League under Mike Ashley.”

Sincerely, I believe that Reading would be fortunate to have him. Likewise, League One

“I can assure you that if Mike Ashley purchases Reading, it will be the best thing for the supporters—not some jerk or somebody who shows up on TalkSport and talks about buying it but most likely lacks the funds.

“In one hour, Mike Ashley could purchase it. He will be looking for a deal, and he will find one.

If Reading is sanctioned once more, they’ll most likely play in League Two, and I believe that’s about to happen.

“I believe you’re 100% correct, Darragh, if he does it and feels inspired because he noticed interest in Derby.”

“He did lose out on a chance to become a god at Newcastle if he had read the room differently.

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