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Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich ‘has made an offer to buy another club’

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has made a suggestion to purchase Valencia, in accordance with one other potential buyer for the Spanish membership.

Abramovich put Chelsea up on the market final month however will now not obtain a penny from the transaction after he was sanctioned by the UK Authorities.

The Russian oligarch has additionally been compelled to guard a few of his property, together with his £430 million yacht, Solaris, after he was additionally sanctioned by the EU.

Nonetheless, Miguel Zorio, a Spanish businessman who’s making an attempt to purchase Valencia with an €248m (£207.8m) bid, alleges that the club’s current owner, Peter Lim, has claimed that he has additionally received a proposal from Abramovich.

‘Peter Lim has tried to sell the club in London for €250 million (£209.5m) and has not succeeded,’ Zorio stated.

‘Recently, he has leaked to worldwide media that he has two purchase offers, mine and that of the Russian oligarch of Chelsea.

‘And from right here, I inform him that both he puts €50 million yearly to compensate for the losses he generates or he sells to us. Whether he likes it or not.’

Roman Abramovich has been involved in peace talks between delegations from Russia and Ukraine

Chelsea, in the meantime, are nonetheless no closer to their takeover from Abramovich’s period because the 4 chosen bidders have been given a deadline extension the place they’ll submit improved presents.

The preliminary deadline for improved bids was on Monday however US merchant bank, The Raine Group, which is dealing with the sale of the membership desires to give the bidders ‘a full and truthful opportunity to adequately finalize the small print of their proposals’.

Over the weekend, reviews claims that two parties, Todd Boehly and the Ricketts family, are set to supply Chelsea fans a ‘golden share’ as part of their bid.

Last week, the Ricketts household gave an eight-point pledge to Chelsea supporters within the wake of protests from fans about their potential ownership.

As a part of their pledge, the Ricketts household vowed that Chelsea won’t ever be part of a European Super League, while funding to proceed the success of the men’s and women’s sides has additionally been promised.

Boehly, meanwhile, was in attendance at Stamford Bridge this week to observe Chelsea’s defeat to Real Madrid within the Champions League quarter final.

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