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Chelsea FC billionaire Abramovich scrambles to save the remnants of his empire as sanctions bite 


The Roman Abramovich spotted in the departure lounge of Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport this week was a very different creature from the billionaire of yore.

Gone was the modest smile, unseasonal tan and impeccably tailored wardrobe. Instead he looked grey, tired and thin as he pretended to scroll through his phone to avoid catching the eye of his fellow travellers unashamedly taking photographs and filming him on their own devices.

He was pictured shortly before shortly before a jet linked to him took off for Istanbul, but it was not immediately clear whether he boarded the flight

He was pictured shortly before shortly before a jet linked to him took off for Istanbul, but it was not immediately clear whether he boarded the flight

A photograph obtained by Reuters on Monday afternoon showed a grey Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club, sitting in the lounge with a face mask pulled down over his chin, about to leave Tel Aviv airport as the EU decided to follow the UK and sanction him

A photograph obtained by Reuters on Monday afternoon showed a grey Roman Abramovich, owner of Chelsea Football Club, sitting in the lounge with a face mask pulled down over his chin, about to leave Tel Aviv airport as the EU decided to follow the UK and sanction him

As sanctions increase and safe havens reduce, Roman’s planes and boats are heading for places where they cannot be…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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