Buck announces Abramovic commited to Chelsea as Kovac has Kante transfer announcement
Chairman Bruce Buck has told fans that Roman Abramovic is fully committed to the club.
Abramovic took over way back in 2003 and has helped the club win multiple trophies with the money he has made available to the bosses, but there has been some speculation in the media which has suggested that he could depart the club at the end of the season after being denied a Visa.
The club’s owner is not believed to have attended any of the clubs games since being denied a visa in May 2018 and subsequently sought Israeli citizenship, moving to Tel-Aviv. But Buck has come out and claimed the Billionaire is still fully committed to the club.[the_ad id=”164″]
He Said: “Everything he’s doing reaffirms his commitment to Chelsea.
“We hear from him several times a day and he’s talking to us about players, commercial activities and our good causes.
“So I would say he’s committed to Chelsea.”
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich’s assistant coach Robert Kovacs has announced that star N’Golo Kante is just the type of player the German side would love to sign in the summer transfer window.
Kante is regarded by many managers in the game to be the best holding midfielder in world football and his performances over the past few years in that position, helped make the us one of the most solid defences in the Premier League.
And that has led to a lot of speculation in the media that he may try and push for a move out of the club at the end of the season, with the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and PSG all linked with possible moves over the past few months.
But now Kovacs has thrown Bayern’s hat into the ring, as they look to revamp the squad at the end of the season and sign the kind of players that would help them back to challenging for the Champions League title.
He told RMC: ‘Today, to succeed – and I will take France as an example – you need a player like N’Golo Kanté.e
‘He does the housework wherever he goes. Real Madrid also has this kind of player. Bayern Munich had these kind of players.
‘Today, we do not have a player like him. Those who are here must do this work. This means that defending is the task of every player.’