Premier League owner snubs offer to sell club to Britain’s multi billionaire
– Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly snubbed moves to sell the Premier League outfit to England’s wealthiest man
– Ratcliffe is a renowned Manchester United fan that has an estimated personal value of £20.05billion
– The billionaire also carries a Stamford Bridge season ticket due to the proximity of his home to Chelsea home ground
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has reportedly snubbed moves to sell the Premier League outfit to England’s wealthiest man.
The renowned billionaire Jim Ratcliffe is a known heavyweight that controls multinational petrochemicals Ineos and a season-ticket holder at Stamford Bridge, has allegedly signified intention in purchasing the highly-rated football outfit no thanks to recent happenings surrounding Chelsea’s Russian owner Abramovich.
Sadly for Ratcliffe his plans, according to UK Daily Mail report, could not see the light of the day as his offer was quickly discarded, with the Chelsea owner stating that they was never a move or intention of ending his relationship with the club despite his recent visa issues with England’s the Home Office as well as discontinuing the new stadium project.
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As at Friday, eggheads of the Premier League side kept mum on the issue, stressing that the club owner remains committed to the football outfit that he bought over a decade age.
The report further stated that Radcliffe’s bid is just one of the many that have been turned down by Chelsea’s Russian owner that also includes bid for Asia as well.
Interestingly, Radcliffe is a well-known Manchester United fan but prefers to follow games at Chelsea’s home ground due to its proximity to his home.