Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has already received several serious bids in the region of £3billion to buy Chelsea, according to reports in London.
Per Second News gathered that Chelsea management are still at the stage of accepting bids for the west London club.
Hansjorg Wyss has already publicly announced his intention to bid for Chelsea, and has USA business magnate Todd Boehly as the first major partner of a consortium that continues to take shape.
Further offers for the Champions League holders are expected amid high interest in one of the world’s most attractive and high-profile football assets.
Russian-Israeli billionaire Abramovich pledged to follow due process in his sale when announcing his intention to end his 19-year ownership of Chelsea in a statement on Wednesday.
Blues owner Abramovich hopes to have a figure in the region of £2billion to donate to a new charitable foundation that will be set up specifically to aid victims of Russia’s war in Ukraine.