The effects of Chelsea’s invasion of Ukraine by Russia continued to cripple the club’s accounts and credit cards.
The British newspaper “Sun” also said that all of Abramovich’s assets in Britain had been frozen, allowing him to pursue “football-related activities” except Chelsea, and that the British government had justified its decision with the support of the Russian millionaire. In its military operation to protect the Donbass.
Under the supervision of the British government, Abramovich was given 81 days to sell Chelsea, so he would not be fined further after the end of the freeze on his assets in London, and if sold before May 31 in the absence of the London club, Chelsea’s license would not be renewed. At the English Football Club Association.
He explained that the new management should expedite the club’s decision to renew the license and lift the ban on Chelsea, with money in its pocket, in collaboration with the British government.
And the shocks continued for Chelsea, who would not be allowed to sell more tickets this season under restrictions, as only season ticket holders could go to matches in the future, and the club would be barred from entering into new contracts. The player transfer market, and new deals for existing players will be barred from being negotiated.
The salary of 1,000 Chelsea employees is reported to be 3 333 million a year.
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