Date: 6th April 2019 at 7:45pm
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Rumours relating to Chelsea Football Club being for sale, if the price is right, have gathered momentum in recent weeks.

The revelation, earlier this week, revealing that Roman Abramovich isn’t going to take up his private box options for next season, have only served to add fuel to the fire.

In fact, our chairman, Bruce Buck, had to step forward to issue a statement, in midweek, implying that Roman’s commitment to Chelsea was as strong as ever.

That may well be the case, but we all know football is a game where money talks.

One man, who has been mentioned as a possible buyer of our club, is the richest man in Britain, Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

Ratcliffe, a Chelsea season ticket holder but supposedly a Manchester United supporter, has recently shown his ambitions, when it comes to sport, by purchasing the Team Sky cycling entity.

However, if one news source has its facts correct, the French media vehicle, nicematin, then Ratcliffe’s intentions of buying a club are set to be realised but it isn’t Chelsea.

Instead, Ratcliffe, according to our quoted source, is set to buy the French La Ligue side, Nice.

Apart from the somewhat idyllic location, here at Vital Chelsea, we’re struggling to comprehend why!

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One Reply to “Britain’s Richest Man To Snub Buying Chelsea For A European Alternative”

  • I think it’s because he’s going to live in Monaco saving him huge amount in tax and that’s another reason he isn’t buying us price a man like that won’t throw it away bit of a shame really I would have liked a local owner.ps can’t see anyway we will get improved stadium capacity now no new owners Roman can’t come here anymore so he probably has lost interest which now means we have only the 8th largest capacity in the premier and only 4th largest in London we are fast becoming a club that will never compete due to lower income so the ffp will pin us in to mid table unless the youth come to our rescue

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