Roman Abramovich, who has not been able to obtain UK visas, has sold Chelsea for £ 2bn, holding the vehicle company.
The Chelsea club, owned by Roman Abramovich, who had bought Chelsea from Premier League teams in 2003 for £ 140 million in Ken Bates, due to visa problems with England in recent years, was sold for £ 2 billion.
The Russian billionaire, who did not buy the UK visa and gave up investing in a country he could not afford, left the middleman for £ 2bn in sales.
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The London representative made great investments under the leadership of Abramovich, and after 50 years the Premier League had been successful in winning the Champions League for the first time in history.
On the other hand, in the past days, the world's richest 3rd sheikh, Manchester City owner Sheikh Bin Zayed Nahyan, offered £ 2 billion to buy Liverpool, but received a 'no' response.