Chelsea Bidder Broughton Says His Group Has Global Backing

LONDON, March 19 (Reuters) – Former British Airways chairman Martin Broughton said his consortium bidding for English Premier League team Chelsea comprised wealthy investors from around the world, all of whom want to maintain the club’s top status.

Three bids have been made to purchase Chelsea by groups led by British property developer Nick Candy, Chicago Cubs owners the Ricketts family and the pairing of Broughton and the president of World Athletics, Sebastian Coe.

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Source: Reuters