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http://www.goal.com/en/news/462/netherlands/2010/08/18/2076124/chelsea-owner-roman-abramovich-behind-vitesse-takeover

Chelsea Owner Roman Abramovich Behind Vitesse Takeover – Report

The deal to take over the Dutch side may not be all it seems...

By Robin Bairner

Aug 18, 2010 11:34:00 AM

Georgian businessman Merab Jordania was said to have taken over Eredivisie outfit Vitesse earlier this week, but according to a report in Quote, it’s none other than Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich who is behind the deal.

The financial magazine claimed that Jordania is little more than a puppet for Abramovich, quoting an anonymous friend of the Russian, who reportedly stated: “De facto, it is Roman who has bought Vitesse.â€

It has been suggested that players from Chelsea’s reserve and youth teams could soon be making their way to Arnhem, though young Dutchman Jeffrey Bruma will not be one of them. “He is someone who could end up starting in the future,†the source revealed.

Vitesse are a club who have been plagued by financial difficulties over the last decade and have found times tougher during the recent global economic crisis. As a result, they’ve been forced to shed many first team players and have filled the squad with a number of youngsters.

Exactly why Jordania wanted to invest in an Eredivisie club has not been made clear and has certainly made it easy to cast a shadow over his recent successful takeover of the side who finished 14th in the Netherlands’ top flight last term.

Would add some weight to our Brazil tie in if true to get round the visa issue ?

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