Chelsea: Roman Abramovich ‘refusing Government’s sale structure’ throws £2.6bn takeover into doubt


Chelsea’s £2.6bn takeover is thrown into doubt, with government ‘alarmed’ at Roman Abramovich refusing their sale structure, 16 days before club face disastrous consequences of failing to sell

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Chelsea’s £2.6billion takeover has been thrown into doubt once again after Roman Abramovich refused to accept a sale structure proposed by the UK Government, according to reports.

The Blues confirmed earlier this month that a consortium led by US tycoon Todd Boehly had agreed a deal to acquire the club from Abramovich, who is selling up after being sanctioned by the Government back in March.

But according to The Times, that takeover is now in jeopardy due to a dispute concerning the £1.6billion debt Abramovich is owed by Chelsea’s parent company Fordstam.

 

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Chelsea’s £2.6bn takeover has been thrown into doubt again, with government officials ‘alarmed’ at Roman Abramovich refusing their sale structure



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