‘We don’t mind dropping to League Two’ – Chelsea supporters respond to Abramovich’s £1.6 billion debt saga

In early March, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich revealed plans to sell the club, and to sweeten the deal, the Russian billionaire agreed to forgive the team’s £1.6 billion debt.

According to reports, Roman Abramovich is no longer interested in canceling the loan.

According to rumors, Roman Abramovich has withdrawn his offer to write off the £1.6 billion debt due to the UK government’s attitude.

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The sale of Chelsea has apparently been thrown into disarray as a result of this.

Chelsea might be kicked out of the Premier League if the takeover isn’t completed by the end of the month, according to reports.

Chelsea supporters, on the other hand, have sided with Roman Abramovich, who wants his money back.

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