Premier League: Sells Roman Abramovich the FC Chelsea to Saudi
The FC Chelsea is for sale after the retreat of owner Roman Abramovich. According to a current media report, Russian Oligarch could get rid of London Club in Saudi Arabia.
- Is the FC Chelsea sold to Saudi Arabia?
- Roman Abramovich allegedly hopes to around 3.6 billion euros
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As a result of the Russian attack war in Ukraine, Roman Abramovich decided to sell FC Chelsea after around 19 years. Finally, the pressure on the 55-year-olds had increased massively by its proximity to Russia President Vladimir Putin in recent days.
“In the current situation, I therefore made the decision to sell the club, since I believe that this is the best interest of the club, the fans, the employees and the sponsors and partners of the club,” said Abramovich his decision in one Statement.
Is the FC Chelsea sold to Saudi Arabia?
There is no lack of interest in FC Chelsea. Like “Spox” and “Goal” report, a private Saudi consortium officially registered interest in the purchase of the English capital club.
Which investors are exactly behind the offer is obviously unknown. However, the “Saudi Media Fund”, the branches in Dubai, shall maintain the merger of the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
Furthermore, it states that the Saudi consortium has already launched “Raine Group” in the New York Bank responsible for the settlement.
Roman Abramovich allegedly hopes to around 3.6 billion euros
Supposedly, Abramovich is to be roughly around 3.6 billion euros by selling FC Chelsea. At the same time, the Russian announced that all net revenues will benefit the victims of war in Ukraine.
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Abramovich, according to “Spox” and “Goal”, wants to accept an offer for FC Chelsea until 15 March. Over the past few days, a US Swiss consortium around Todd Boehly and Hansjörg Wyss and the Turkish businessman Muhsin Bayrak were associated with a purchase of FC Chelsea.