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Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Chelsea takeover: Catalina Kim makes three-word Marina Granovskaia claim amid Nick Candy bid

  Head of South Korean company C&P Sports, Catalina Kim has hinted that she would be willing to work with Chelsea's Marina Granov...


Head of South Korean company C&P Sports, Catalina Kim has hinted that she would be willing to work with Chelsea's Marina Granovskaia if Nick Candy was to complete his True Blue consortium takeover.

Whilst everyone in the takeover process awaits the Raine Group's decision on who makes the shortlist to potentially purchase the club, fans are assessing each consortia's potential with the Ricketts Family receiving the most backlash so far with the #NoToRicketts campaign that has trained over the last few days.

Other consortia who are touted to be amongst the favourites to make the final shortlist are those headed by Todd Boehly; Sir Martin Broughton; and Candy's group, with all proposing different promises if they were to be named as the chosen bidder.

In Candy's offer, Elliott Management, who own AC Milan, are backing the British tycoon's proposal to purchase his boyhood club. Alongside this, C&P Sports, who want to expand their portfolio of English and European football, are also willing to back the Chelsea fans' offer.

Catalina Kim, head of the company, has already outlined her ambitions with various Instagram posts and she has now joined Twitter to interact with the supporters- something that only she has done out the potential candidates who could be involved in the new structure.

'Thank you for continued supports from everyone for our process of buying #ChelseaFootballClub,' she stated on her Instagram. 'We are very much pleased with our additional investor to the #BlueFootballConsortium.

It is another one of the largest finance corporations from South Korea with subsidiaries under such as retail bank, Securities, Insurance, Credit Card, Asset Management, Real Estate Trust, Data Systems etc. They also have an exceptional track record of running significant sports teams.

'The new investor Blue Football Consortium secured has strong ties to big Korean corporations and institutions such as: National Pension Service of Korea (a public pension fund in South Korea, the third largest in the world with $800 billion in assets); Korea Investment Corporation (sovereign wealth fund established by the government of South Korea in 2005 with c.

$180m in assets under management), Samsung Group, Hyundai Group, LG Group, SK Group, E-land Group, Kakao Group (IT); Krafton (Gaming), Lotte Group, GS Group, Hanwha Group, Shinsegae Group, NC Soft (Gaming); Smilegate (Gaming) etc. 'The fund will come with strategic partners that every football club needs for its stable and continued success.

Very excited for the plan we have for #chelseafc'. On her Twitter account @catalinakim123, and when replying to a fan's question regarding a potential working relationship with Granovskaia, Kim's reply will satisfy people who rate the Russian businesswomen for some of the great deals she has brokered over the last few seasons.

'Why we won't?', she tweeted when asked about potentially co-existing together with Granovskaia.

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