Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich was accused earlier to have been very close to selling Chelsea football club.
Regardless of visa problem with the UK government, it seems that the club has received a positive response from their owner.
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According to a very nearby source to the club who noted that he just thrust in supplementary fund into the west London side; bringing it to a total of £1.2 billion.
It was also reported that the injected money excludes purchase or any club revenue which goes right back into the Football Club.
If there is a need to succeed in the Premier League, the primary plan has to be to plunge more money into the already inflated market which went from when Allen Shearer could not resist the temptation of leaving Blackburn to Newcastle for £15 million 22 years ago, to buying a goalkeeper for £72 million in recent time.
Its all about world record fee in quest of luring players away from their current clubs even in dearth of performance.
Coach Sarri, however, will be very much happy to always see Abramovich splash more cash into the club.
Cause as it stands, he might be worried about is frontline and getting a better option would require a higher fee than Alvaro Morata which would definitely cost more money.
Another challenge that this could resolve is tying Eden Hazard down to a new contract.
The Belgian international already refused a new deal, with a link to Real Madrid. Notwithstanding, the blues are still optimistic that he will remain in the club.