Fresh details have emerged on the reason why the British government has laid sanctions on Chelsea owner Roman Abramovic. The United Kingdom government has accused the Russian billionaire of supplying steel for Russian tanks amid Russian inversion on Ukraine late last month.
Abramovic was sanctioned by the British government late this week with the 55 year old billionaire's properties that are in UK concealed. According to latest reports by UK's Sun Football, the Russian billionaire has been accused of his close relation to Russian President Vladimir Putin, he has also been accused of helping Russia invade Ukraine through the supply of Steel to make Tankers.
The Chelsea owner had all his properties frozen with Chelsea dealt a blow in the process. Chelsea can neither renew players contracts or even buy players in the forthcoming summer transfer. Shirt sponsors, Three, have also withdrawn their sponsorship on the club. Chelsea are also at risk of points deduction following the sanctions laid on Roman Abramovic.
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