Chelsea Owner, Roman Abramovich has not been to London for near three years in the wake of encountering issues with his entrepreneurial visa.
As per a report made by Daily Mail, the Russian billionaire has made an excursion to the UK to keep an eye on his family members and could utilize the uncommon visit to be at Chelsea.
As per the distribution, Abramovich is probably going to visit either the club’s Cobham preparing ground or Stamford Bridge during his visit in London.
Be that as it may, he would be on stand by somewhat more to watch his side play at the Bridge as the Blues don’t have a home match until Wednesday, October 20, 2021 where they will face Swedish side Malmo in the Champions League.
As per the report, the last time Abramovich watched Chelsea play a game was in May when they defeated Man City to lift the Champions League in Porto, Portugal.
His representative has since affirmed the UK trip, uncovering he ventured out to London as an Israeli resident, accordingly requiring no visa to be permitted into the country.
In other news, latest report gathered from the world of boxing indicates that Tyson Fury has shockingly offered to help Anthony Joshua train for his expected rematch with Oleksandr Usyk.
Anthony Joshua lost every one of his four belts to the Ukrainian in their heavyweight challenge at the Tottenham Hotspur arena.
Also, the British heavyweight has enacted the provision on his agreement to go after the title in the early months of 2022.
AJ’s misfortune to Usyk has now made the eagerly awaited bout with Tyson Fury postponed to an undisclosed date.
Then again, Fury will defend his WBC crown for the first against Wilder in their set of three challenge on October 9. The Gypsy King exchanged mentors prior to recording the success over the Bronze Bomber last year and the Brit trusts Joshua ought to do likewise.
This is what the Gypsy King had to say in an interview with BBC Live Boxing;
”Crazy times because a lot of people who don’t know about boxing would say this smaller guy (Usyk) doesn’t look a specimen like AJ and would get to bet him, before that it was Ruiz.
They'[re obviously good fighters that have beat him and the landscape has changed. But do I like to kick a man when he’s down? Nope, not really.”