The race to buy Chelsea from Roman Abramovich has gotten even more crowded after a new consortium announced their bid and made a pledge to the ‘continued success’ of the club.There are several parties hoping to purchase the Blues from Russian businessman Abramovich. Existing consortiums involve Sir Martin Broughton and Lord Coe, as well as Chelsea fan Nick Candy.
Groups from America and Saudi Arabia also have plans to buy Chelsea in the coming weeks. However, they have now been joined by global investment firm Centricus.
Their bid is being led by co-founder Nizar Al-Bassam and chief executive Garth Ritchie. The consortium also includes hedge fund manager Jonathan Lourie of Cheyne Capital and Bob Finch of Talis Capital.
Centri …