Chelsea wants to carry out an important project, through the multi-club system, with the aim of growing in different aspects. For this reason, the ‘Blues’ are close to taking over Strasbourg, a Ligue 1 team.
Todd Boehly’s investment team met for lunch with Strasbourg chairman Marc Keller to lay the groundwork for a proposed buyout that would increase the Chelsea boss’s power on the European football scene.
For some time now, the French club’s leaders have been looking for a new partner with strong economic power. The ‘Blues’, for their part, are trying to develop an important project, through the multi-club system, with the aim of growing in different aspects.
Negotiations, which began two months ago, appear to be very close to reaching an agreement. According to ‘The Guardian’, the Londoners are very close to taking control of the Alsatian club.
As if that wasn’t enough, the same media outlet added that Chelsea also want to move into the Portuguese league via Portimonense. With the summer transfer window fast approaching, we will have to keep an eye on how Todd Boehly and his investors manage an English club that may need to invest even more money besides to the purchase of Strasbourg and the Portuguese club.