Todd Boehly's purchase of Chelsea is expected to go through this week with the United Kingdom federal government now more confident Roman Abramovich's ₤ 1.6 bn loan to the club will not go to the oligarch.There have actually been concerns raised by Whitehall experts that the club could go out of business if the due date for the deal was not fulfilled.
However, The Guardian now report there is 'growing confidence' legally binding agreements will be agreed with Abramovich to ensure the money is put in a frozen account under government control.
The Telegraph include that the UK federal government has provided Abramovich the 'green light' for the sale which requires to be completed by 31 May. Nevertheless, the duo must now await approval from Portugal and Europe.
A two-stage process has been set out by the federal government for Boehly's ₤ 2.5 bn bid to go into an escrow account where it would sit until it is satisfied the earnings will go to a charity supporting war victims in Ukraine.Boehly was in presence for Chelsea's 2-1 success over Watford on Sunday as goals from Kai Havertz and Ross Barkley saw them formally validate third place in the Premier League.
Blues manager Thomas Tuchel has warned of the need for the takeover to be finished quickly. Otherwise, they could fall behind their domestic rivals who are freer to invest.Antonio Rudiger has actually currently signed for Real Madrid, while Barcelona have brought in Andreas Christensen. Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta have likewise been heavily linked with the Catalan giants.
The club's existing limbo stage indicates they are unable to purchase or sell players or offer new agreements to members of their team. They have likewise been unable to sell new tickets for games at Stamford Bridge.