The sanctions against the Russian oligarch, Roman Abramovich, were badly affected by his close relations with President Vladimir Putin in connection with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Abramovich, whose fortune in 2021 Forbes estimated at almost 140 billion Swedish kronor, all his assets were frozen.
As part of this, he was also forced to sell the football club Chelsea, which he bought and took over in 2003. Abramovich has also left the UK since the sanctions were imposed.
According to reports, Abramovich tried to evade the consequences. Recently, information has come in, among other things daily Mail That his luxury yachts Eclipse and Solaris have left for open waters outside Turkey.
Abramovich in negotiations with Goztepe
There, Abramovich is now looking to find a way back to football as the owner of a new club.
According to Turkish fanatic Negotiations have already begun between the representatives of Abramovich and Super League Goztepe. And the site wrote that, within a few days, Abramovich and the club’s owners are expected to hold a face-to-face meeting.
The news comes after former Goztepe president Mehmet Sebil announced his resignation.
Goztepe is currently in the relegation zone in the Turkish Super League. The club previously had several Swedish acquaintances in the squad, including Hammarby’s Naher Besara and Celso Borges who played for AEK.
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