"is Singled out as buyers of the Premier League giant"
"Roman Abramovich allegedly want to sell to the Chelsea and mediauppgifter in the Uk gossiping about the strong interest from the country's richest man. "
"Now respond to Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the data and opens the way for a deal. "
'I'd never say no," says Ratcliffe to the BBC."
"Sir Jim Ratcliffe has built up his fortune as the founder of ,and majority shareholder in, the global chemical giant Ineos. 2018 was ranked 66-year-old as Britain's richest man by The Times newspaper, with an estimated fortune of almost 260 billion. "
"in recent years, Ratcliffe started to use parts of their assets to invest in the sport. The briton stepped in 2018, in a massive bet on the seglartävlingen the Americas Cup, has during the past year seen over the opportunity to buy the French team Nice and then take 2017 the swiss football club FC Lausanne-Sport."
"On Wednesday became Team Sky, who dominated the cycling world in the last few seasons, also the official Team Ineos. But perhaps the real jewel in the Ratcliffes idrottskrona be a very different place."
"Ever since the oligarch Roman Abramovich had problems with his british visa in the spring of 2018, rumors have flourished that the russians want to sell the London-based football club Chelsea FC. According to the british press also tried Sir Jim Ratcliffe to buy the club last summer after receiving a private tour of Chelsea's training facility."
"We've dipped our toes”"
"the Parties could not agree on a price, but the interest remains, confirms Ratcliffe now for the BBC."
'I'd never say no, but I do not know where the talks will stop," says 66-year-old."
"Ratcliffe has already season ticket at Chelsea home games, but recognizes at the same time for the BBC, he really is Manchester United. But business is not as familiar shops and britten also describes the ownership of the FC Lausanne-Sport as a first step into the football world."
" We've dipped our toes in football waters but it is a complicated sport, and a complex world. We are still in the learning process. "