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Post: Ratcliffe tried to buy Chelsea and said he would not use the team as a money-making tool

Post: Ratcliffe tried to acquire Chelsea and said he would not use the team as a money-making tool. SportsTalk December 25 According to the "Daily Mail" report, Ratcliffe participated in the Chelsea bid last year and said He will not see Chelsea as a moneymaker. Ratcliffe acquires Cayman

SportsTalk December 25 According to the “Daily Mail” report, Ratcliffe participated in Chelsea’s bid last year and said that he would not regard Chelsea as a money-making tool.

The news that Ratcliffe acquired 25% of Manchester United’s shares has been officially confirmed. The “Daily Mail” wrote an article about Ratcliffe Cliff’s investment in football, the rich man with a net worth of 12 billion pounds, bought French Ligue 1 side Nice for 100 million euros (85 million pounds) in 2019, and the team is currently ranked second in the league.

In May last year, Ratcliffe made a last-minute offer of 4.25 billion pounds to acquire Chelsea, but in the end Burley and Clear Lake Capital completed the deal After acquiring Chelsea, the 71-year-old businessman then turned to Manchester United.

When asked about acquiring Chelsea at the time, Ratcliffe said: “We are not interested in making money from Chelsea. The goal is to run this club very well and make it one of the best clubs in Europe. We make a lot of money from chemical industry, we don’t need to make money from (Chelsea), don’t see it as a Financial assets.”

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