Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is worried about the potential sale of Chelsea Football Club in case it impacts the future sale of his north London side.
Ever since Blues owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK government for his ‘close ties’ to Vladimir Putin, the west side of London has been in doubt about the future.
This week the deadline for takeover bids passed on Friday March 18 and a new owner is expected to be revealed as soon as possible, with favorites reduced as early as next week.
As MailOnline report, Daniel Levy fears a quick, cut-price deal for Chelsea ‘will reduce the value of Tottenham’.
The club has actually been on the market for years, but no one has since reached the asking price, as the club’s majority stake is owned by the ENIC group.
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The report goes on to say that two bidders for Chelsea, Jonathan Goldstein and Todd Boehly, have both failed in previous attempts to buy Tottenham.
They have since joined forces in recent weeks in a consortium bid to take over European champions Chelsea.
Levy is facing enough problems on his own right now on his team’s recent form.
Many fans are unhappy with the state of affairs under Antonio Conte, who joined the north London side earlier this season.
Since then, however, they have had a very turbulent season, struggling to achieve consistent positive results.
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