The West London club sporting director, Marina Granovskaia, and the club Chairman, Bruce Buck have been selected to choose to shortlist bidders to acquire Chelsea FC alongside Eugene Tenenbaum.
According to a report from the Times, after talking with one of the potential bidders, Sir Martin Broughton, the reports made it open that Buck, Marina Granovskaia, and Tenenbaum will have to choose the shortlist of three or four bidders they prefer or they see as capable hands to take over the club.
After all these processes must have been put in place, the full list will be cut down until there is only one candidate.
The last man standing will then have to face the UK Government and the Premier League for proper scrutinization.
After the hole processes must have been completed, the UK Government will then offer a sale license on the condition that the current club owner Roman Abramovich will not in any way benefit from the sale of the West London club or the Russian government.