Roman Abramovich wants to be finally part of the FC Chelsea and sell the clubs from the English Premier League. This confirmed the Russian billionaire on Wednesday evening in an official statement.
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Abramovich declared he made his “decisions always in the best interest of the association. In the current situation, I therefore made the decision to sell the club as I believe that this is the best interest of the club, the fans, the staff and The sponsors and partners of the club is. “
The decision to offer the club for sale is him, “incredibly heavy,” said Abramovich, it pain him to leave Chelsea in this way.
FC Chelsea: Roman Abramovich renounces repayment of loans
The 55-year-old supplemented: “For me it never went to business or money, but about the pure passion for the football and the club. In addition, I instructed my team to start a non-profit foundation, in which all net revenues from the sale will flow. The foundation will benefit all sacrifices of war in Ukraine. “
It deals with “the provision of important means for the urgent and immediate needs of the victims and the support of long-term reconstruction work”.
Abramovich announced that the sale will not go over the stage. Own information after he renounces the repayment of all loans to Chelsea.
Demands Roman Abramovich four billion euros for the FC Chelsea?
Previously, the “Telegraph” reported, Abramovich demanded a purchase price of four billion euros for Chelsea of possible prospects.
An investor consortium is handled around the Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss. “We got to know today not yet the exact selling price. I can well introduce myself to Chelsea with partners. But the framework I have to check exactly exactly,” said the 86-year-old in an interview with the “look”.
After the raid of Russia on the neighboring country Ukraine, club owners abramovich was also in the viewpoint. He was considered one of numerous oligarches and companies that threaten sanctions in the United Kingdom. Abramovich then initially announced to give the leadership of the association to trustee.
At Chelsea, the German team manager Thomas Tuchel as well as the national Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Antonio Rüdiger are under contract.