sport news Chelsea owners facing questions over Saudi links trends now

sport news Chelsea owners facing questions over Saudi links trends now
sport news Chelsea owners facing questions over Saudi links trends now

sport news Chelsea owners facing questions over Saudi links trends now

Chelsea owners left facing questions over links to Saudi Arabia after relationship emerges between club director Jonathan Goldstein and the country's Public Investment Fund - who own Premier League rivals Newcastle Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund currently own Newcastle United Chelsea club director Jonathan Goldstein brokered a deal with PIF for a property There are concerns that there could be a conflict of interest following this deal  This is due to Chelsea and Newcastle both playing in the Premier League 

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Chelsea’s owners are facing further questions about their links to Saudi Arabia after one of the club’s new directors, Jonathan Goldstein, brokered a £750million property deal with the Public Investment Fund, who also own Newcastle.

Sportsmail revealed earlier this month that PIF have billions of pounds managed by Chelsea’s new majority shareholder, Clearlake Capital, raising fears among some rivals about the potential for collaboration and possible conflicts of interest.

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