Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has turned down a £ 2.5bn bid for shares in the Blues. The Russian has decided not to hurry with the sale of the club, waiting for an offer of at least 3 billion. He is uncompromising in his decision not to accept a smaller amount.
Buyer chief Joe Ravich confirmed that an owner is being sought to provide the best for Chelsea's future: "We will not rush the sale. It is very important to find the right owner to guarantee Chelsea's bright future. "
The British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe denied any interest in the shares of the "blues", and the Egyptian Lotfi Mansour refused. More offers are expected to arrive at Stamford Bridge offices in the coming days.