The Ghanaian businessman cum politician is ready to takeover the Blues after Roman Abramovich declared his readiness to sell the club
Ghanaian politician, Bernard Antwi Boasiako, has officially submitted a bid to but my club Chelsea FC after Roman Abramovich put it on sale a couple of days ago.
Boasiako believes he can change the face of English football with the money made from small scale mining in Africa.
Roman Abramovich will ask two things from those who eventually purchase Chelsea Football Club from him.According to Sky Sports, the Russian wants to ensure he sells the Blues to someone, or a group, that will continue his investment in the current Chelsea squad, as well as the development of Stamford Bridge, or indeed building a new stadium.
Abramovich confirmed last week in a statement that he would be selling Chelsea after owning the club for almost two decades, with the “best interest” of the west Londoners the main reason behind his decision.The Russian businessman is looking for £3billion for the sale to be completed, with several interested parties already making contact with him.
Abramovich, before selling, though, apparently wants reassurance that his philosophy in terms of investing heavily into the squad and the redevelopment of the stadium, will be continued.
On the pitch, meanwhile, Chelsea recorded a comfortable victory against Burnley at the weekend and manager Thomas Tuchel praised his team for managing to block out what is going on behind the scenes at the club.
Tuchel said this on Saturday: “It is possible [to block out what is happening] because we do it. We had a brilliant match at Wembley [against Liverpool]. Even to make things harder a disappointing result at the end.