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Sunday, April 24, 2022

Chelsea bidders will reportedly be narrowed down to final two with one to be eliminated

  The Chelsea sale process is dragging on into yet another week at least by the looks of things. A process that is hugely important that ...

 

The Chelsea sale process is dragging on into yet another week at least by the looks of things. A process that is hugely important that they get right but at the same time, it is also hugely important that Chelsea are under new ownership as soon as possible so they can continue operating normally as a football club.

With an important summer transfer window on the horizon, Chelsea as a club need this sorted out as soon as possible.

 However, according to The Mail On Sunday , the sale is being delayed due to concerns over renovations needed at Stamford Bridge – and ANOTHER stage of the bidding process is set to be introduced, with one interested group set to be eliminated from the race this week.

According to a source in the report, all three groups have concerns over the stadium redevelopment.

“Without moving the stadium, the sums don’t work,’ a source said. ‘They’re private equity guys and want to make a profit in the long term. No matter how glamorous the trophies are, the sums don’t work without moving the stadium if the deal is for £2.5bn.”


The report claims that observers close to the situation said they expected Boston Celtics owner Steve Pagliuca’s bid to be eliminated this week, as it is not offering anything new. The proposals from Sir Martin Broughton and Todd Boehly, the LA Dodgers-part owner, will then likely progress.

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