- Saudi Media Group has offered a monstrous £2.7billion for the purchase of English Premier League club Chelsea
- Mohamed Alkhereiji who is leading a private consortium is said to be a staunch fan of the Blues and has no direct links with the government
- Following sanctions from the UK government due to the war in Ukraine, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has put up the club for sale
English Premier League giants Chelsea have received an outrageous £2.7bn ($3.5bn) offer from Saudi Media Group, according to stunning reports.
According to SPORTbible citing CBS Sports, the Saudi Media Group has made the offer in a desperate move to take over from owner Roman Abramovich.
Mohamed Alkhereiji is said to be a staunch fan of the Stamford Bridge outfit as he leads a consortium with no direct links to the government.
Ben Jacobs of CBS Sports confirmed the development when he tweeted:
“I can confirm Saudi Media Group have made a £2.7bn ($3.5bn) offer to buy Chelsea. Mohamed Alkhereiji is a Chelsea fan and leading a private consortium. No direct government links.
"There is support in finding funding and partners (but not financial backing as far as I am told) from Mohammed bin Khalid Al Saud. What's interesting about Khalid Al Saud is he's also chair of Saudi Telecom Company (STC)."
Alkhereiji was in attendance for Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Manchester United last year. He has previously lived in the UK, where he attended the Cass Business School in London.
The 50-year-old also has ties with Saudi football clubs Al Nassr and Al Hilal. The Premier League giants have attracted plenty of interest since Abramovich put the club up for sale.
Nick Candy set to make £2.5bn offer for Chelsea
Meanwhile, Nick Candy who is a British property developer has reportedly appeared to be working on submitting a massive £2.5billion bid to buy Premier League giants Chelsea.
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It is no longer news that outgoing owner Roman Abramovich wants to sell the club due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine which has claimed the lives of many people.
The conflict is still ongoing between these two nations and Roman Abramovich has been attacked due to the fact that the billionaire is a Russian.
Nick Candy and his younger brother Christian are British luxury-property developers, estimated to share a joint net worth of £1.5billion.
Ghanaian businessman interested in buying Chelsea
Sports Brief earlier reported that Ghanaian politician and business mogul, Bernard Antwi Boasiako, could look to offload Romelu Lukaku if he becomes the new owner of Chelsea.
Popularly known as Chairman Wontumi, Antwi Boasiako earlier made claims that he has plans to purchase the London-based club which has been put on sale by its Russian owner Roman Abramovic.
Ghanaian politician and businessman, Bernard Antwi Boasiako has thrown himself into the fray as one of the people interested in buying Chelsea.