PICTURED: Todd Boehly seen at Stamford Bridge for the first time after his Chelsea agreement reached – What We Know!

Todd Boehly, centre, has been pictured for the first time since his consortium won its bid

PICTURED: Todd Boehly seen at Stamford Bridge for the primary time after his consortium signed an settlement to buy Chelsea for £4.25billion

  • Chelsea confirmed Todd Boehly had received his bid to purchase the membership on Saturday
  • The American businessman has been noticed outdoors Stamford Bridge
  • Former chancellor George Osborne was among the many others within the {photograph}

Todd Boehly has been pictured at Stamford Bridge for the primary time since his consortium received its bid to purchase Chelsea for £4.25billion.

The image, taken by Darren Lavery, was posted on Twitter late on Friday evening – simply hours earlier than Chelsea introduced Boehly’s group had signed a purchase order settlement to take over.

Former chancellor George Osborne, introduced in by the consortium to assist them with the takeover, was additionally noticed within the photograph.

Lavery claimed in a Tweet that American billionaire Boehly was ‘very happy to face and chat away with us’, including that the businessman was a ‘prime, prime man’. 

Boehly is predicted to attend Saturday’s match between Chelsea and Wolves at Stamford Bridge following affirmation of the settlement.

Todd Boehly, centre, has been pictured for the primary time since his consortium received its bid

Boehly’s consortium had been named as the popular bidder to take over at Stamford Bridge by the Raine Group, the American financial institution who have been overseeing the sale from Roman Abramovich.

He has partnered with fellow Dodgers proprietor Mark Walter, Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss in addition to funding agency Clearlake Capital.

Boehly noticed off competitors from consortiums fronted by Stephen Pagliuca and Sir Martin Broughton and even a late £4.25bn bid from Britain’s richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

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