PROFILE BY KIERAN GILL: Almost a decade ago, Amanda Staveley made a statement that said a lot about who she is. 'It is not about money,' Staveley said. 'It wouldn't matter if I was making £8million or £200m. I just want to go to bed at night and say I've done a good job.' It suggested that, to her, the mind-numbing amount of cash that is £8m, is nothing. It should come as little surprise, then, that this 44-year-old with plenty of Middle Eastern contacts – and past experience in taking over a Premier League club – is willing to pay £300m to purchase Newcastle United.