Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich has reportedly arrived in London today on a purposeful mission to check on his relatives and how his investments are scaling in the country.
The Israeli citizen had issues around his entrepreneurial visa in 2018, after which the 54-year-old has not been spotted in London. But today he's made a surprise visit to the country, and no one knows the length of his stay at this juncture.
Abramovich is known for his tremendous investment into the system of Chelsea since he took charge in 2003. Meanwhile, the club has enjoyed plenty of success which shows that his era has been a great one so far.
However, according to English media, Abramovich after visiting his family might choose to go to Stamford Bridge and have a meeting with Thomas Tuchel or the club's chairman, Bruce Buck to have some discussion relating to the progress of the club.
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