Chelsea takeover LIVE: Ben Chilwell blasted over tiger video, Ricketts AGREES £1bn future investment – transfer news

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    Chelsea’s takeover saga will drag on for another fortnight with the four remaining bidders given until April 11 to submit their final proposals.

    The Raine Group have whittled contenders down to a quartet, with an emphasis placed on committing £1billion in future investment into the West London club.

    Each will have until April 11 to potentially up their bids, before the Raine Group will make their final decision.

    Jorginho has left Italy duty early to return to Chelsea, and could soon announce his retirement from international football altogether, according to reports.

    The midfielder was part of the team that were embarrassed by minnows North Macedonia and knocked out of the World Cup play-offs.

    Despite the disappointment, Roberto Mancini’s side still have a friendly to play against Turkey on Tuesday.

    But Corriere dello Sport claim Jorginho has already left the international camp and will not play a part in the match, with rumours he could call time on his international career.

    And finally, Mason Mount admits that the Chelsea players are in the dark about the future of the club.

    Speaking on England duty he said: “I’ve been at the club since I was six-years-old and something like this has not happened before, so it can be a concern.

    “At the beginning, and even now, we don’t really know where it’s going and what’s happening the next day. So it’s difficult.

    “But we focus on our football and what we can do is try and win as many games as we can.

    “When I go back to Chelsea next week, I’m sure we will be informed about what’s going on because I haven’t heard anything recently.”


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