Just right morning Chelsea enthusiasts
Lewis Hamilton and Serena Williams have added their names to the hat for a surprising Chelsea takeover.
Sky Sports activities file that the bid for the Blues spearheaded via Sir Martin Broughton, comprises investments from two wearing superstars.
They’ve an estimated £10m every within the be offering.
Sir Lewis and Williams had been in talks with Broughton’s workforce for a number of weeks.
Arsenal supporters have produced a combined response following the scoop F1 legend Sir Lewis Hamilton is making an investment in Chelsea.
Following the surprise information, supporters of the Gunners temporarily took to Twitter to react to the scoop.
And there have been some hilarious feedback as they digested the ideas.
One fan wrote: “Agent Hamilton, destroying Chelsea from inside.”
In different places, Gunners enthusiasts endured to try digs at Chelsea via labelling ‘Emile Smith-Rowe because the king of Stamford Bridge.
Smith-Rowe used to be probably the most Gunners’ scorers of their 4-2 win over the Blues, and Gooners took to Twitter to hail the England ace because the king of the West Londoners stadium.
One fan wrote to Smith-Rowe: “Stamford Bridge is your playground.
Whilst any other concurred: “Stamford Bridge is Smith Rowe’s playground.”
In the meantime, Spurs boss Antonio Conte insists Chelsea’s spot in 3rd position is safe regardless of their loss to Arsenal and claims the Blues’ superiority will stay them out of the fight for the highest 4.
He stated: “I don’t suppose Chelsea is on this race. They’re on this second on a distinct stage.
“They’re there as a result of they neglected some video games however they don’t keep on this race.”
And in the end, Gary Lineker has praised Didier Drogba after he used to be inducted into the Premier League Corridor of Popularity.
Drogba shared his pleasure after receiving the respect.
And Lineker used to be readily available to congratulate the ex-Blues striker on Twitter.
Lineker wrote: “Every other nice. Completely deserved. Smartly performed.”