The sale of FC Chelsea proposed by Raman Abramovich was proposed after the British government imposed sanctions on the Russian.
The assets of the billionaire businessman were frozen in response to Britain after Russia’s attack on Ukraine.
Despite the fact that Chelsea can still play games under a special license, the sale of the club – if the proceeds will benefit Abramovich and Russia, and any business operations and transactions are now suspended.
Sanctions restrict the Blues from filling Stamford Bridge with all their might during home games, as the club will no longer be allowed to sell tickets.
Only season ticket holders will be allowed to attend the games.
Chelsea have also banned the sale of goods such as replicas of knitwear and other memorabilia.
The transfer giants will not run any transfer business in the transfer window due to sanctions against Abramovich.
The team will also not be able to confirm new contracts for its players.
How UK sanctions against Abramovich will affect Chelsea
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