Chelsea bidders have been warned by Raine Group that the first bid could be their last due to the desire for a quick sale

Potential bidders for Chelsea have been warned their first bid could be their last before Friday’s deadline.

This comes as final offers will need to be drafted before they are submitted on March 18.

According to the Telegraph, Chelsea’s desperation for a quick sale means the groups have been warned their first offer could be treated as their last.

The investment bank made it clear that the sale must be completed as soon as possible after Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the British government.

There have been huge implications for Chelsea, who are unable to sell tickets, merchandise and offer new contracts to their players until a sale is completed.

With Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen and Cesar Azpilicueta out of contract at the end of the season, a deal must be struck to have any chance of retaining key players.

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At least one bidder would have matched the £3billion valuation set by Abramovich, although being the highest bidder does not necessarily mean he wins the club.

Saudi Media Group made a $3.5 billion offer. according to reports, which would match Abramovich’s assessment of the club.

The Todd Boehly consortium is also involved, with the Ricketts family and the American alternative Woody Johnson interested in the Club.

Before Friday’s deadline, there could be 27 offers, of which up to 12 have not been made public.

All interested parties will have to be careful with their offers, knowing that they can only have one chance and must take it to prove to Raine Group that they are the right owners to take Chelsea forward after such a move. succeeded under the Russian owner. Abramovich over the past 19 years.

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