Chelsea is currently on the brink of being sold as the club is ready to finalize on the takeover process. The Blues have been looking for a potential buyer since early March after Roman Abramovic who wa the owner was sanctioned by UK and European Union. According to latest reports by UK's Sun Football, Billionaire Todd Boehly's consortium have been spotted around Stamford Bridge.
The team which is composed of different companies with quite a number of bosses has been spotted taking a walk around Chelsea training ground, Cobham as they seek to finalize the takeover process. Todd Boehly is among the four billionaire bidders that have allegedly been linked with taking over Chelsea from Abramovic. The billionaire is ready to pay the cost of owning the West London club.
Chelsea are currently operating without an owner after their Russian owner was slapped with sanctions. Abramovic was accused of engagement in the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. He was also accused of his close association with the Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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