Potential Chelsea Football Club buyer Todd Boehly is present for their Champions League clash against Real Madrid on Wednesday night.
The Blues were put up for sale by current owner Roman Abramovich in early March, with many parties expressing interest in a possible acquisition.
A consortium led by Boehly is said to be one of the parties with a strong interest in the world and European champions, with investment bank Raine Group overseeing the sale of the club.
In a Sky Sports videoBoehly was spotted walking through Stamford Bridge ahead of the kick-off against Madrid.
He was seen with a Chelsea scarf around his neck as the race to buy the club continues.
It was previously reported that the American businessman, who is also a co-owner of the LA Dodgers, was flying to London on Thursday where he will hold talks with club officials.
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He is also believed to have a meeting with Paul Canoville, Chelsea’s first black player, with rival bidders the Ricketts family, who have also previously spoken to the Blues legend.
His consortium and the offer made by the Ricketts family “emerge” as favorites to take over the club.
His ability to spend money wisely is said to be one of the reasons he claims to buy the club from Abramovich.
Chelsea will face Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16, with the second leg taking place at the Santiago Bernabeu next week as they seek to retain their European crown.
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