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Sunday, May 8, 2022

Blues make Kepa decision as Todd Boehly's consortium reach takeover agreement

  Chelsea make Kepa decision ESPN have stated that Chelsea will look to sell goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who is behind Edouard Mendy i...

 

Chelsea make Kepa decision

ESPN have stated that Chelsea will look to sell goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, who is behind Edouard Mendy in the pecking order at the club. Newcastle United have been linked with a move for his services but whether they plan to make a bid for the Spanish shot stopper remains to be seen.

Takeover agreement reached

Chelsea have confirmed that Todd Boehly’s consortium have reached an agreement to acquire the club from Roman Abramovich. However, the proposed deal must be approved by the UK government and the Premier League before it can be completed. Boehly was in attendance to watch Wolves as Chelsea...

What Todd Boehly and Bruce Buck did during Chelsea vs Wolves amid shock Premier League draw


Chelsea had to settle for a point from the first game of the Todd Boehly era with a tight and narrow 2-2 draw with Wolves in the Premier League. Boehly, whose bid has been accepted by Chelsea but who now must wait for approval from the Premier League and UK Government, would have learnt a lot from what he saw from Thomas Tuchel's side on Saturday afternoon.

The first half was one that won't be remembered too well by anyone watching on due to the lack of chance creation that was seen in SW6 in this fixture. Timo Werner thought he had given the Blues the lead but had a foul contentiously given against him on Romain Saiss.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek then had a goal disallowed courtesy of a dramatic VAR episode late on in the half but Tony Roberts' Wolves side posed their own threats and could have gained a first half lead if Saiss, Leander Dendocker and Rayan Ait Nouri had been sharper in front of goal.

The score was therefore 0-0 at half-time and Boehly certainly would have had mixed views about what he had witnessed. He was caught in a deep conversation during the interval with Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck. What would have been on the agenda during that conversation?

Well, if that conversation would have happened at full-time, transfer strategy ahead of the summer, coupled with his own views on the Romelu Lukaku situation, would have mostly likely been the topics that were shared between himself and Buck.

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