Chelsea news: Takeover saga ‘ends this week’ but Abramovich demands extra £500m

The Chelsea takeover saga could finally end this week as the preferred bidder is named, but current owner Roman Abramovich will demand the extra £500m from whoever is chosen

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Chelsea have yet to find new owners for the club Roman Abramovich‘s sanctioning in March, but the takeover saga could finally come to an end this week if the preferred bidder is chosen.

The news would come as a great relief Thomas Tuchel and its players, who have been operating as usual amid all the outside interference, while the club can start allowing non-season ticket holders back into the stadium.

However, Abramovich is expected to ask an additional £500million from the preferred bidder as he remains keen to receive the total amount he estimates for the club to donate to him Ukraine the victims.

Here are Mirror football latest Chelsea headlines.

The Chelsea takeover saga is set to end this week

Chelsea may see light at the end of the tunnel as a preferred bidder could be named by the end of the week.

According to The New York Times, Raine Group is ready to name its preferred bidder “as soon as this week” and will select one of three groups backed by American investors, with each group submitting a multi-billion dollar bid.

Even if Raine Group comes to a decision, it still needs the UK government’s blessing for the acquisition to go through. Abramovich has previously stated that money will be given for “all the victims of the war in Ukraine,” but his plans remain vague.

Read the story in full HERE .

Roman Abramovich is expected to demand an additional £500m from the selected Chelsea bidder, with the saga set to end this week



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Roman Abramovich ‘demanding an extra £500m’ from club applicants

Current Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly added £500million to the club’s price tag as multiple parties try to seal a takeover deal. The west London club have been on the market for almost three months since the Russian announced his decision to end their almost two-decade partnership.

The reason for this is that he apparently wants to use more funds for the charitable foundation he is to set up for the victims of the conflict in Ukraine. Abramovich reiterated his intentions along with his decision to sell.

He wrote: “I have instructed my team to set up a charitable foundation where all net proceeds from sales will be donated. The foundation benefits all victims of the war in Ukraine. This includes providing critical funding to address the urgent and immediate needs of victims, as well as supporting long-term recovery efforts.”

Read the story in full HERE .

Ruben Loftus-Cheek urged to ‘discover his monster side’

Ruben Loftus-Cheek has been told by Thomas Tuchel that he needs to ‘discover and unleash the monster’ if he wants to become a regular at Chelsea, having recently enjoyed a string of games with the side.

Tuchel is not lacking in midfielders who are at his disposal with Jorginho, N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic. Loftus-Cheek had to be patient under Tuchel but scored a goal in the game FA Cup semifinals against crystal palace recently at Wembley.

However, the German has issued a clear challenge to the 26-year-old after criticizing some of his recent performances. “He has to push himself, he has to be physical,” said the Chelsea manager.

Read the story in full HERE .

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