Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is not considering selling the club, despite reports saying the opposition.
Abramovic came into the scene, transformed and made Chelsea one of Europe’s biggest clubs.
Czech Republic’s richest person, Petr Kellner, is reportedly interested in investing in the Premier League club.
However, Sportsfora.com sources understand no talks have taken place between Abramovich and any potential investors.
It was reported in June and then again in September that Abramovich had no interest in selling
the club following speculation that he was willing to do so.
Abramovich faced a series of visa problems in May and missed Chelsea’s FA Cup final victory over Manchester United at the end of last season.
The 52-year-old bought Chelsea for £140m in 2003.
Chelsea has won the Champions League, the Europa League, five Premier League titles, five FA Cups,
three League Cups and two Community Shields since Abramovich took over.
The club and owner Roman Abramovich have had remarkable and not too pleasant moments in years past.
Chelsea’s many managers
The Russian billionaire has dismissed not one, not two, not three, not even four, but
NINE top class managers since his purchase of the club – making him one of the most impatient men in football.
One can be forgiven if he compares the list of Chelsea managers since Roman Abramovich’s
takeover in 2003 to a Christmas list compiled by a five-year-old.
It’s safe to say that Abramovich’s ownership of Chelsea has been a nightmare for many a manager,
with the Russian proving to be an extremely hard taskmaster and a person who expects a return on his investment quickly.
However, it mustn’t be forgotten that Abramovich also ushered in the club’s most successful era when he choose to purchase it in 2003.
He transformed the club from a struggling London club to the sixth most valuable football team in the world.
So as long as Chelsea are under the watchful eye of their Roman Abramovich, their football story will always be historic.