Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich is one of the richest men on our planet. The Israeli-Russian is currently the 113th richest person on earth with a staggering net worth of $16 billion. He became a popular figure worldwide following his acquisition of English football club, Chelsea in 2003. His acquisition of the club was followed with hefty investments which skyrocketed Chelsea from a minnow to an English heavyweight club.
Just like every billionaire, Roman Abramovich owns some expensive property portfolios including expensive yachts, mansions, football club among others. Check out some expensive properties owned by Chelsea owner.
The Eclipse Yacht
Kensington palace garden home
Chateau De La Croe
Fyning hill estate
Chelsea football club
Abramovich is incredibly rich and Chelsea fc must be fortunate to have such a football owner. He is strictly result oriented and always want the best for his club. Abramovich is unfazed to fired any manger who fails to achieve appreciable success for the club regardless of the manager's calibre.
His eccentric style of running the club has seen the club win the Europa League twice, the Champions league once, the premier league tittle and the Fa cup five times each under his reign. What more can Chelsea ask for from Roman Abramovich.
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