Chelsea News: Roman Abramovich’s past poison fears, failed bidder sounds alarm

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Roman Abramovich, Chelsea owner, has raised concerns about getting poisoned before. Woody Johnson has spoken out about his unsuccessful attempt to purchase the Stamford Bridge club.

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Roman Abramovich was ‘experiencing signs of poisoning’

Roman Abramovich had previously been concerned about his chances of being poisoned at Chelsea.

According to reports, the Russian billionaire suffered horrifying symptoms including irritated eyes and skin peeling following suspected poisoning. This happened after he met in Kyiv at March’s beginning. To prevent another attack, the Chelsea owner took drastic measures.

Woody Johnson, a failed Chelsea bidder, has now opened up about the sale of the Blues and the enormous figures involved. Meanwhile, Barcelona has confirmed their first two signings, proving that Chelsea is in for a major transfer blow before the summer window opens.

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Barca deal Chelsea blow

Chelsea is in big trouble as Barcelona has beaten Chelsea ahead of the summer transfer windows.

Blues are facing a growing defensive crisis as the likes Cesar Azpilicueta and Antonio Rudiger all look likely to leave the club after their contracts expire. Christensen’s and Azpilicueta are being linked with Camp Nou moves. Joan Laporta, the club president, confirmed that two deals have already been signed.

According to Laporta, Barca have signed a midfielder and a defender – which could spell bad news for Chelsea.

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Failure bidder puts his/her name on the market

Failed Chelsea bidder Woody Johnson has opened up on the club’s sale – and the vast quantities of money involved.

The American billionaire, heir to the vast wealth of the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical corporation, owns National League Football franchise the New York Jets and has described his failure to purchase the Blues as “disappointing”. Johnson acknowledged that he is a Chelsea supporter, but also stated that it would be a “huge challenge”To successfully overthrow the West Londoners.

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Abramovich’s poisoning fears

Roman Abramovich was a Chelsea owner who lived with the fear that he might be poisoned for many years.

While it is possible that Abramovich was poisoned during peace negotiations following the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, it is not the first time that he has expressed concern about such an attack. According to Sunday People, Abramovich was so scared of being poisoned that the club banned outside catering and made sure everything he ordered was tasted by a guard. A personal chef was even sent to him to cook all his meals.

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