NBA’s Tanenboom and Terry’s ‘True Blue’ group Pagliuka joins Chelsea bid

Chelsea club sale news: Former Chelsea captain John Terry and NBA chief Larry Tenenbaum have joined hands with Stephen Pagliukar to bid for the club. American investor Stephen Pagliuka says NBA chairman Larry Tenenbaum and former Chelsea captain John Terry have joined his bid to buy the Premier League club. Follow the Chelsea Club Sale Update on Insidesport.IN

In a statement issued Wednesday, Pagliuka said Tanenbaum, owner of the Canadian company Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE), had become a “co-managing partner” of Bid.

Chelsea club sale news: Former Chelsea captain John Terry and NBA chief Larry Tennenbaum have joined hands with Stephen Pagliukar to bid for the club.

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MLSE owns NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, NBA’s Toronto Raptors and Major League Soccer’s Toronto FC.

“Larry is a world-class person who is highly respected in the world sports community, and his experience in sports management, his long-term vision and civic building skills are a tremendous asset to our group.” Pagliuca said.

Pagliuka added that the ‘True Blues Consortium’, which includes fans and former players including Terry, was also behind his bid.

“The group welcomes the approval and support of the True Blues Consortium, an organization dedicated to Chelsea FC and focused on representing the interests of the club’s fans.” The statement said.

Chelsea Club Sale News: Former Chelsea captain John Terry and NBA chief Larry Tennenbaum have joined hands with Stephen Pagliukar to bid for the club.

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