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Potential shortlisted Chelsea bidders to meet with Thomas Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia to talk on takeover decision

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Potential shortlisted Chelsea bidders to meet with Thomas Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia to talk on takeover decision

Potential Chelsea buyers will be given the opportunity to hold talks with manager Thomas Tuchel and Marina Granovskaia before a £2.5billion takeover.

The European champions were put up for sale by owner Roman Abramovich shortly before he was sanctioned by the UK government.

Director Marina will meet with potential buyers
Director Marina will meet with potential buyers
Tuchel will also be given the opportunity to speak with the shortlisted parties
Tuchel will also be given the opportunity to speak with the shortlisted parties

Chelsea have whittled down their list of potential buyers to just TWO consortiums.

The Blues are now set to choose between a group involving Seb Coe, ex-Liverpool chairman Martin Broughton and two American businessmen or Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss’ coalition.

And according to The Times, both parties will be given the opportunity to hold talks with manager Tuchel and director Granovskaia.

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Granovskaia is close to Abramovich and oversees the club’s transfer business.

The 47-year-old has been a key part of Abramovich’s real inner circle for the best part of two decades.

Granovskaia was initially an assistant at Sibneft, the oil conglomerate which helped turn Abramovich into an oligarch and one of the world’s wealthiest men.

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Boss Tuchel will be hoping for a swift takeover with his transfer plans KO’d by sanctions.

The German had hoped to sign Chicago Fire’s Gabriel Slonina but talks have broken down.

Chelsea had originally agreed to sign Slonina, 17, for a fee of around £5.5million.

However, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the deal recently collapsed due to the sanctions that have been placed on the club by the UK Government.

Seb Coe is part of a British-American consortium hoping to buy Chelsea
Seb Coe is part of a British-American consortium hoping to buy Chelsea
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