Chelsea News: It looks like Buck and Boehly have settled on what happened during the game
Chelsea had to settle for a point from Todd Boehly’s first game of the season with a tight and narrow 2-2 draw with Wolves in the Premier League. Boehly, whose application has been accepted by Chelsea but now has to wait for approval from the Premier League and the UK, could have learned a lot from what he saw from Thomas Tuchel’s side in the afternoon. it is Saturday.
Boehly and his consortium saw the confirmation of their £ 4billion deal announced quickly on Saturday. A statement read: “Chelsea Football Club can confirm the terms agreed for a new ownership group, led by Todd Boehly, Clearlake Capital, Mark Walter and Hansjoerg Wyss, to acquire the Club.
“Of the total investment being made, £ 2.5bn will be used to buy shares in the Club and that proceeds will be deposited in a UK bank with the intention of donating 100 % in charitable works as endorsed by Roman Abramovich.UK Government approval is required for proceeds to be transferred from the UK treasury.
“In addition, the new managers will provide £ 1.75bn in other expenditures for the benefit of the Club. These include investments in Stamford Bridge, the Academy, the Women’s Team and Kingsmeadow and continued funding for the Chelsea Foundation.The sale is expected to be completed by the end of May under all the necessary approvals.A more four will be provided ‘ talk at that time. “
The first half is one that no one will remember well enough to watch because of the lack of space made seen in SW6 in this game. Timo Werner thought he gave the Blues the lead but there was a bad penalty given to him by Romain Saiss.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek got an disallowed goal due to a terrible VAR story late in the half but Tony Roberts Wolves’ side made their own threats and would have gotten the first half if Saiss had, Leander Dendocker and Rayan Ait Nouri are even sharper. in front of the goal.
So the score was 0-0 at half-time and Boehly’s thoughts were certainly mixed about what he witnessed. He was caught in an in -depth conversation during the break with Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck. What was on the agenda during that discussion?
Well, if that conversation happens all the time, moving plans ahead of the summer, with his own views on Romelu Lukaku’s situation, it’s probably most of the issues that were shared between him and Buck. .
Lukaku regained his grip with two well -earned goals early in the second half but the fall of the defense over time showed how Tuchel needed to spend money on the summer to revitalize the back, with Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen and César Azpilicueta set to leave the Stamford bridge next season.