Businessman Roman Abramovich agrees to sell London’s Chelsea for around four billion pounds, Match TV reports, citing The Telegraph.
According to the source, the businessman previously rejected an offer of 2.2 billion pounds.
Chelsea are reportedly interested in three people, including Swiss Hansjorg Wyss mentioned above.
Recall that Abramovich became the owner of Chelsea in 2003. During this time, the team became the champion of England five times, the same number of times – the owner of the Country Cup, three times – the League Cup English, twice, the English Super Cup.
On the international stage, Londoners have won the Champions League twice, the Europa League twice, the UEFA Super Cup once and the Club World Cup once during the Abramovich government.
Due to the sanctions, Abramovich handed over the management of Chelsea to the trustees of a charitable foundation.
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