The way began to pave the way for Chelsea, who succeeded in getting the British government to ease the economic restrictions imposed that limited the club’s activity. New government measures, announced by Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston, will allow not only to sell Champions League tickets, but also to obtain immediate funding.
as an applicant timesBoris Johnson’s government has given permission for Roman Abramovich to provide financial assistance to Chelsea. The Russian billionaire is no longer the owner of the London team, but will inject 30 million pounds, or 36 million euros at the current exchange rate, to revive the economy of the Stamford Bridge team.
In this way, Chelsea will be able to cover most of his immediate expenses, which represent the payment of 33 million euros per month. A commitment to pay was unsustainable for the English club as he only had 20 million in reserves, but he will now be able to cover it up with an Abramovich injection.
Abramovich, Key to Zelensky
Two weeks ago, Downing Street announced sanctions against Abramovich, who had kept all of his UK assets frozen. A decision made by the European Union as well, but which the United States has not yet followed through, and it seems that they will not in the end.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the president of Ukraine, would have asked Joe Biden, the president of the United States, not to punish Abramovich. as posted The Wall Street Journalthe former president of Chelsea is proving to be a key element in peace negotiations with Russia, a country in which he shares ties with Vladimir Putin.