Formula 1 Racing driver Lewis Hamilton’s interest in buying Chelsea football club, Well-known Formula One car race driver Lewis Hamilton has expressed interest in buying Chelsea Football Club.
Seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton said on Friday that it was a great opportunity to be part of a consortium bid to buy English Premier League club, Chelsea.
According to British media, Hamilton could invest up to 10 10 million each, as part of a consortium led by former Liverpool chairman Martin Bruton with American tennis star Serena Williams.
Hamilton says that Chelsea is one of the biggest clubs in the world, and also a successful club, which has claimed its lifelong love of football because football is the biggest sport in the world.
“When I heard about this opportunity, I was like, wow, this is the biggest opportunity to be a part of something great,” said Lewis Hamilton.
Speaking ahead of Sunday’s Amolla Grand Prix, Hamilton added that he had been a supporter of Arsenal against Chelsea’s bitter city rivals since the age of five or six.
But my uncle is a big fan of Terry Blues so I went to a lot of games with him to watch Arsenal and Chelsea play.
Hamilton said he had been approached by Burton after Russian owner Roman Abramovich announced the sale of European champions.
Martin took the time to talk to me on the phone and explain his and his team’s goals if they wanted to win the bid, which was incredibly exciting, and it was very much in line with my values.
Russian billionaire Abramovich offered Chelsea for sale after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on March 2 and has since been subject to British sanctions.
It should be noted that Chelsea has been given a special government license to continue working under strict conditions.
Abramovich could not benefit from Chelsea’s sale, but he has already pledged to forgive the club’s 1.5 billion debt.