The process of finding a new owner for Chelsea I started. This week, Roman Abramovich (Saratov, Russia; 1966) took a step to put up a club to which he belonged 19 years ago. Russian businessman, who is now rescued from EU sanctions for invasion UkraineHe decided to cover his back and began to dispose of his assets.
Abramovich, who has already left his posts in management, wants to get rid of the club as soon as possible. Everything is under the supervision of the bank Rennes, Based in New York. On the table there is a deadline, March 15, for the submission of all offers, but Abramovich himself is interested in speeding up the process to get a solution as soon as possible.
Interested names succeed each other, but there are two potential buyers at the forefront of the battle. On the one hand the American consortium led by Todd Boyle And Hansg org Weiss The Turkish businessman Mohsen Bayrak. Abramovich is asking for 4,000 million pounds sterling (4,800 euros), but financial experts assume that the operation will not exceed 2,000 million pounds sterling (2,420 euros).
The American consortium
Buhley and Weiss were the first to move. The second, an 86-year-old Swiss billionaire, revealed that Abramovich has already contacted several oligarchs around the world to report that Chelsea is for sale. Wes assured that he alone would not try to buy, but soon headed to Los Angeles, the center of his operations, to find partners.
Buhle is the other person leading the consortium that he wants to do…
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