Nick Candy is in order to help them finish the current season.
Property developer Nick Candy has offered a lifeline loan to Chelsea considering their ongoing situation of ownership.
Candy is in order to help them finish the current season. UK government placed sanctions on the current owner Roman Abramovich.
Blues will not be able to financially sustain themselves this season. That is because Chelsea have already received their television money, while any future finances for tickets sold can also not be used, but Candy is willing to interject with cash if needed.
A spokesperson for Candy revealed, “We welcome the news that the sale of the club will be conducted quickly. This is a reassuring development for fans after a week of great uncertainty,”
“If the club requires money to operate in the short term, Mr Candy would be happy to help ensure it has the necessary financial resources, subject to Government approval.”
Candy is one of the people in the running to buy the club right now, with the Chelsea fan being one of the half-a-dozen interested parties.
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