Chelsea are discussing the deal of a takeover with three companies from Asia and the United States.
The deal, set in the region of £2.5bn may see Chelsea transferring ownership to the most successful bidder according to the UK Mirror.
Also reportedly interested is Britain’s richest man with a net worth of £21bn, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, 66, a season ticket holder at Stamford Bridge and a longtime fan of the Blues.
His previous attempt to takeover the club has been rebuffed due to undervaluation.
Roman Abramovich, Chelsea owner has participated less with the team this season and has sold his £1m corporate box. However, club Chairman, Bruce Buck insists he is still committed to the team, almost 16 years since he acquired the club in a £150m deal in 2003.
Ratcliffe has signified interest in owning a football club, buying Swiss’ top flight side, Lausanne-Sport, and making a bid in the region of £77m for French Ligue 1 side, OGC Nice. His bid was rejected as it was declared a far cry from the club’s expectations.