The Premier League has decided to remove Russian Roman Abramovich from his position as the director of English club Chelsea.
Chelsea will be permitted to continue the season regardless of whether or not they are sold.
Furthermore, it has been claimed that Roman Abramovich has granted his approval for Chelsea to be sold, with offers due next week.
Despite the fact that the Russians are unable to profit from any sales owing to sanctions, they continue to do so.
Thomas Tuchel confessed in his news conference that several of his players and staff were concerned about their futures.
Romelu Lukaku, who is allegedly willing to accept a wage cut to return to Inter Milan, might be one of those players.
However, there is some good news for Chelsea supporters, as Nike is said to be sticking by their shirt arrangement with the team. This distinguishes them from Hyundai, which has withdrawn. Three, the Blues’ shirt sponsor, has also called off their relationship with the team, requesting that their emblem not appear on jerseys for the time being.
Meanwhile, the Blues may be permitted to continue selling tickets to non-season ticket holders and away fans provided the proceeds are donated to Ukrainian conflict victims.
Over 300 parties have expressed interest in buying the Blues, according to billionaire Abramovich.