The era of Roman Abramovich in charge of Chelsea has come to an end. The Premier League and the UK government have approved the sale of the ‘Stamford Bridge’ club for around £4.25bn.
The consortium led by Todd Boehly would be the buyer. According to information from the newspaper ‘The Telegraph’, the new owner would be willing to pay around 200 million euros for the assembly of the squad for the coming season.
It should be noted that Chelsea suffered from the sanctions imposed on Roman Abramovich after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The closeness of the Russian tycoon to Vladimir Putin led to him being punished by the West.
Also according to the English newspaper, the new ‘blue’ management would be willing to trade players like Hakim Ziyech, Christian Pulisic and Timo Werner, and hire others like Jules Koundé, from Sevilla, or Josko Gvardiol, from RB Leipzig.