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The Ricketts family are now the frontrunners with the acquisition of Chelsea and major plans for the club.
Eric Nordness, who oversaw the Ricketts’ £760 million redevelopment of the Chicago Cubs’ Wrigley Park Stadium, told Evening Standard. “I have a template.
“I see the eerie resemblance that the land is next to a railroad, an urban, dense neighborhood.
“It’s a stadium that accommodates almost the same amount. We have 41,500, they are about 42,000.
“The Stamford Bridge was first built in 1876 and the Cubs were built in 1876.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea face a fierce bidding war for West Ham star Declan Rice this summer.
That’s because Manchester United are planning a big spend to welcome Ajax manager Eric Ten Hag, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Elsewhere, Chelsea ace Timo Werner’s agent has reportedly traveled to Italy to speak with several Serie A teams amid speculation about the forward’s future.
Werner has struggled to find a consistent form since moving from RB Leipzig to Stamford Bridge two years ago.
According to Express, Germany’s national team representative Volker Struth is currently exploring the possibility of a transition to Serie A.
Struth left for Italy to meet with Juventus, AC Milan and Atalanta.
Finally, Joe Cole denounced Chelsea’s 3-1 loss to Real Madrid as one of the worst games in the club’s history.
“Chelsea played well in the second half,” Cole told BT Sports.
“[The] The first half was one of the worst games I’ve seen at Chelsea in a long time.”