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The chelsea bid war, who will come out as the new owner of chelsea?

With tens of birds flocking in the Chelsea board room, we take a look at who is most likely to come out as the newest owner to a club that has been going downhill rapidly over weeks?

The good news now is that the UK government gave the green light for the club to sell to a new owner, and the main man in the race right now is Jim Ratcliffe, with his net worth estimated at 6.3£., the question is, will he invest in Chelsea as much as Abramovic did with his net worth lower than Romans?

The next name is todd boehly, whose net worth is estimated at 5.4 billion dollars, but he seems to be a football enthusiast, the question of love and passion for the game is not there, but what Chelsea fans and board want is a chairman who has the same zeal and zest as the former.

Now rumors of the Saudi media group interested, led by malkhreiji, whose net worth is undisclosed have brought mixed reactions from the supporters, many of whom seem to be leaning towards the Saudis with evidence drawn from Arab-owned clubs.

Nick Candy has promised to give #Chelsea fans a seat on its board if his bid to buy the Stamford Bridge club is successful[via MarkKleinmanSky], has stated his love for Chelsea with a net worth estimated at 800 million euros. The lowest in the bidders.

The key to unlocking the new owner seems to be the renewal of key player and managers contracts, with Chelsea bent on keeping Thomas touched, Antonio Rudiger, and ng'olo Kante. Let's find out how that will turn out as the deadline is set for this week.

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