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Nick Candy makes Chelsea ownership admission that fans will love amid takeover bid

Nick Candy has admitted that negotiations for him to takeover Chelsea are going well as things stand, but he’s also stated that he doesn’t mind if he misses out as long as the club is in a healthy position moving forward.

The 49-year-old boyhood Chelsea fan is in talkswith financiers about his pitch to buy the club ahead of the deadline for offers at the end of this week.

Candy has since spoken out about his bid to buy the club himself.

“It’s going good,” he told Sky Sports News.

“I’ve supported Chelsea since the age of four. My dad was asked to play for Chelsea. I love Chelsea. I don’t mind where it ends up, even if it’s not with me, as long as it’s in safe hands.”

He continued by explaining that the fans should be a big part of the club’s future, starting with involvement on the board.

“They [the fans] should be involved in the ownership, both on the board and economically.”

Nick Candy during Chelsea vs Newcastle

John Terry sums up Kai Havertz’s goal technique with six word analysis after Chelsea vs Newcastle

John Terry has praised Chelsea’s match winner Kai Havertz for his ‘touch’ and ‘finish’ to win the Blues their fifth Premier League match in the row against Eddie Howe’s in-form Newcastle.

Havertz, 22, was a lot quieter on Sunday afternoon in comparison to midweek’s trip to Norwich but he was still ever present to make the difference in a tight encounter.

In the 89th minute, the German sublimely controlled Jorginho’s long raking ball over the top of the Toon defence before poking his effort past the onrushing Martin Dubravka.

“The Kai Havertz goal was exceptional. We were, of course, a bit lucky today. We maybe had a hard time on the pitch because Newcastle was physical, well deserved, gave us difficulty to create chances and accelerate the game in the last 30 metres,” manager Thomas Tuchel said in his post-match press conference.

Terry, although a lot more succinct in analysis of the goal, followed on from Tuchel’s message to deliver his own thoughts on the 22-year-old’s moment of magic.

John Terry watching on for Chelsea vs Newcastle

Thomas Tuchel has already alluded to why he may oppose Saudi Media’s Chelsea takeover

Thomas Tuchel has questioned the Premier League over owners ‘ethics and morals’ amid the proposed Saudi Media’s Chelsea takeover latest which indicates that something could be in the pipeline.

Other than the typical names of Candy, Todd Boehly, Woody Johnson and the Ricketts family, one consortium that has gone slightly under the radar so far is Saudi Media.

Mohamed Al-Khereiji, the leader of the consortium, has big plans for the club if his bid was to be successful and it seems he is legit with his interest, as already demonstrated by his visibility at Stamford Bridge in the past.

GOAL have reported that ‘meetings continued today about the Saudi Media bid, and it has been independently verified by a UK government source.’

More importantly though, the consortium are trying to gain the advantage over Nick Candy andTodd Boehly by not involving anyone from the Saudi government in their bid to takeover Chelsea.

Something that could well determine the fate of the club with it understood that no bids from any politically sensitive countries will be taken account of by the Raine Group who are dealing with the ownership negotiations.

Thomas Tuchel during Chelsea vs Newcastle

What Saudi Media have done to compete with Nick Candy and Todd Boehly in Chelsea takeover race

Potential Chelsea owners Saudi Media have not included the country’s own ‘government’ in their consortium’s bid to takeover the club from Roman Abramovich as the latest is revealed.

On the pitch, the Blues and Thomas Tuchel in particular ensured that off field events regarding the takeover uncertainty didn’t effect the performance as Kai Havertz netted again for the current European and World Champions.

Off the pitch, before kick off, all of Petr Cech, The Telegraph’s Matt Law and Nick Candy provided the latest on the future of Chelsea and where things could be heading over the next few weeks.

But one thing that had gone under the radar was the current state of the Saudi Media’s supposed bid to takeover the reins from Abramovich.

Mohamed Al-Khereiji, the leader of the consortium, has big plans for the club if his bid was to be successful and it seems he is legit with his interest, as already demonstrated by his visibility at Stamford Bridge in the past.

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