The John Terry consortium “True Blue” desires 10% of the shares in Chelsea

A consortium led by John Terry known as True Blue desires to purchase a ten% stake in Chelsea after which promote “fan tokens” to supporters in change for voting rights.

Terry has lately been concerned in an NFT collection (non-fungible token) known as the Ape Kids Club and now desires to combine blockchain know-how into the membership he spent twenty years as a participant.

Chelsea are presently being offered after proprietor Roman Abramovich was added to the record of individuals sanctioned by the British authorities – after which the European Union – for having shut ties to Vladimir Putin.

The final date for stakeholders to submit their bids is in the present day and based on Goal, True Blue could also be able to be a part of one among the bigger consortia. Although the group is led by Terry, ladies’s soccer star Claire Rafferty can be concerned.

The cash for True Blue comes from numerous sources, together with the previous Conservative celebration’s donor David Mellor and funding banker Harley Kisberg.

What makes the group totally different is the fantokene facet of their proposal. According to their plans, supporters may purchase the tokens in change for voting rights in membership issues.

Even extra thrilling is the chance that present gamers can be awarded tokens for his or her views on their plan. The report notes that True Blue intends to supply Kai Havertz numerous tokens to attain the successful purpose in final season’s Champions League closing, whereas membership captain Cesar Azpilicueta would additionally be rewarded.

The group doesn’t have sufficient capital to purchase the membership immediately and would wish to attach with one among the opposite bidders. Currently, the Boehly-Goldstein-Wyss consortium, Ricketts household and Saudi Media Group are the favorites to finish a sale.

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