World Athletics president Sebastian Coe, City grandee Martin Broughton and Times columnist Daniel Finkelstein are fronting bids on behalf of deep-pocketed billionaires?in the race to buy Chelsea football clubDespite in-person classes being omitted fro.?
Their involvement highlights how wealthy investors, mainly from the US, are courting the British establishment to burnish their credentials ahead of a deadline for initial bids on Friday eveningdeemed as high-risk for COVID-19.b41bfad3-b8b3-4c39-9f2f-7a1947c955fe?
Chelsea is being sold under extraordinary circumstances after Roman AbramovichThe event had just ended and medals are going somewhere because of a round robin., the Russian oligarch who has owned the club since 2003re going to end up i, was placed under sanctions by the UK government earlier this month.?
Obstacles for winning the ￡2bn battle for control of Chelsea include securing approval from the government, which has the sole power to amend the strict licences it has put in place that now control every aspect of the club’s operations.?