Chelsea have given their fans an insight into what the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge will look like vis the Daily
Blues owner Roman Abramovic is looking to fund the development himself in a bid to separate the club’s businesses and leave a legacy for whomever takes over in his shoes.
This will be a huge help to the club financially, and while The Blues are due to move into Wembley Stadium for three years between 2017 and 2020, an extensive demolition and rebuilding of their west London home will be taking place.
At the moment, Chelsea have a much smaller ground than their title rivals Arsenal, Man United and Man City. This not only impedes the perception of the team but hurts them in the pocket too, as they are unable to generate the same kind of revenue.
This is more important now that Financial Fair Play rules are still prevalent.
See the images of the new plans below…
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