UK Minister for Culture Nadine Dorries

Roman Abramovič is no longer the owner of Chelsea and after he decided to put the club up for sale, the question remains as to who will be the new owner of the club. While an answer to this question has not yet been provided, reports said Chelsea has “borrowed time” to sell the club.

Chelsea sales: The club is running out of time to gain new owners

Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK government for his alleged links to Russian President Vladimir Putin after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. During a BBC Newcast podcast, Cultural Secretary Nadine Dorries revealed that there was a very short window left to make the sale. The club currently operates under a special license from the UK government, which ends on May 31.

Dorries said in an interview: “Chelsea sells, as you know, and pays sanctions, so those sanctions still apply during the sale. But in fact, I will say that Chelsea is very much on loan at the moment.” “

According to a BBC report, there are currently three people interested in buying Chelsea for around £ 2 billion. The institutions that want to become Chelsea are consortia led by Sir Martin Broughton, Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Todd Boehly and Boston Celtics co-owner Stephen Pagliuc. The US bank Raine Group has been tasked with selling Chelsea, and the UK government is expected to issue a new license that will allow the club to be sold once a preferred buyer is identified.

Buy Lewis Hamilton Chelsea?

more likely, Sky Sports News announced that Hamilton had confirmed his interest in joining the consortium that was bidding to buy Chelsea. Speaking about the sale of Chelsea, Emilia Romagna’s GP said: “I’m a sports fan, it’s the biggest sport in the world, Chelsea is one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world. And when I heard about this opportunity, I said to myself wow, this is one of the biggest opportunities to be part of something. ”It is worth mentioning that Hamilton and Serena Williams are part of a consortium with proposed investments from NBA Philadelphia 76ers owners, Josh Harris and David Blitzer. .

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