‘Chelsea’ for breaking financial rules during Abramovich

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ยูฟ่าเบท reports that the Premier League are investigating Chelsea for alleged breaches of financial rules set in place since the Roman Abramovich era, which range in fines. to the point of cutting points from the competition

Chelsea’s new owners, led by Todd Bohley, have discovered an anomaly in a number of financial transactions made during the Russian billionaire era. And filed a complaint with the club itself to UEFA and the Premier League since the summer of last year.

In an investigation by London giants UEFA Abramovich was fined £8.6m. For incomplete financial statements between 2012 and 2019. While the Premier League continues to inconclusive investigations, although

Abramovich is no longer involved. But if found guilty, as a rule. Chelsea risk being punished with a large fine. or may even cut points in the competition

One of Chelsea’s transactions is believed to be being investigated. It was a payment made to the father of Andreas Christensen, a Danish defender who joined from Brondby in 2012. Christensen’s father received £100 million from Chelsea

. £650,000 over four years after Son joins Stamford Bridge, where he is contracted to coach Brondby, and that is doubtful. The Premier League could also call for Bruce Buck

to Marina Granovskaya, the club’s CEO and director during the “Mia Bear” era, has come forward to clarify the facts.

Contacts have been made to Chelsea, including Granovskaia, but both declined to comment on the investigation.