Chelsea football club is offered for sale and an Egyptian businessman wants to buy it – Norte newspaper

Russian announced Roman Abramovich ” Owner Chelsea F.C. The Englishman announced the offer to sell the club, coinciding with his country’s invasion of Ukraine and handing over the management and care of the club to the club’s trustees’ charitable foundation.

he said Roman Abramovich In a statement posted on the official website ofChelsea F.C. “I would like to address the speculation in the media over the past few days regarding the ownership of Chelsea F.C. .. As I have already mentioned, I have always made decisions in the interest of the club.

He continued: “In the current situation, I have taken the decision to sell the club, as I believe it is in the interests of the club, the supporters and the staff, as well as the club’s sponsors and partners. The sale of the club will not be accelerated, but it will follow the legal procedures in force. I will not ask for the reimbursement of any loan.”

Roman added: “It was never about work or money for me, but a pure passion for the game and the club… In addition, I asked my team to create a charitable foundation in which all net proceeds from the sale will be donated.”

“This will be the basis for the benefit of all victims of the war in Ukraine, and this includes providing the necessary funds to meet the immediate and immediate needs of victims, as well as supporting long-term recovery work,” added Abramovich.

He added: “It was a very difficult decision and it pains me to be parted from the club in this way. However, I think it is in the best interests of the club. I hope to be able to visit Stamford Bridge to the last time to say goodbye to you all personally.”

completed Roman Abramovich His statement said: “It has been a lifetime privilege to be a part of Chelsea F.C. I am proud of all of our joint accomplishments…it will always be Chelsea F.C. Football and its fans are always in my heart.

On the other hand, the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph revealed the desire of the Egyptian businessman. Lotfi Mansour The 33-year-old holds a season ticket at Stamford Bridge while shopping for Chelsea F.C. English.