EPL: What UK government sanctions against Abramovich suggests for Chelsea– Kaveh Solhekol

Sky Sports’ Kaveh Solhekol has discussed what the UK government’s sanctions against Roman Abramovich mean for Chelsea.

DAILY POST reports that the Russian billionaire was lastly approved by the UK federal government on Thursday.

The Russian billionaire had his assets frozen and has been prohibited from making deals with UK companies and individuals.

According to Solhekol, the

sanctions against Abramovich indicates Chelsea would not have the ability to sign brand-new

players, however can continue to run their daily company such as their

fixtures and paying gamers their weekly incomes.

Speaking on what Abramovich’s sanction indicates for Chelsea, Solhekol informed The FOOTBALL SHOW: “Chelsea football club itself is seen by the federal government as being a significant cultural property.

“Thereby, they have actually provided Chelsea a license which implies in spite of the sanctions on their owner [Roman Abramovich], they would have the ability to carry operating.

“They would be able to carry on fulfilling their fixtures, however efficiently they are in limbo.

“There are a great deal of things they can not do, so for instance, they can carry on to pay their gamers, but they would not have the ability to make signings. They can’t offer tickets. As it is, only season ticket holders or individuals who already bought tickets can go view their video games.

“They will not be able to make any money from product. Now according to the government, what Chelsea can do will be continuing paying gamers, carrying on day-to-day costs.

“What it suggests for Chelsea as a club for a short time, they can continue operating on everyday basis, match basis however on a long term the future is really, extremely unpredictable.”