If he wins the bid, Chelsea bidder Steve Pagliuca has promised to keep the club's status as "habitual winners.
He mentioned this when describing his plans to purchase the west London club.
Chelsea's 6-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday was a first for co-owner of the Boston Celtics, Michael Pagliuca, a co-owner of the Boston Celtics, and he was there at Chelsea's 6-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday.
Should he win the contest to buy the Blues, the billionaire businessman has already laid out his objectives.
On Thursday, the four consortiums bidding to purchase the Premier League team will make their last offers.
Ahead of tonight's Champions League encounter against Real Madrid, we'd want to wish Thomas and the Chelsea squad the very best of success, "Pagliuca stated."
“Having witnessed a great 6-0 win against Southampton last week, I hope to see a comeback for the ages against Real Madrid in the quarter-final second leg.
This process has been a disconcerting time for the football club and its fans.
Throughout my life and career, my ethos has always been to operate quietly, with integrity, and let my actions and results speak loudly.
However, it is imperative to clarify and assure supporters about our bid group and its commitments, to emphasize how seriously we take our potential responsibility for Chelsea.
“Our first focus and goal is to make strategic investments to continue competing for championships and trophies.
“We will support our players and managers to make sure that Chelsea are habitual winners and title contenders, whether in the Premier League, Champions League or the Women’s Super League (the only Super League we intend to compete in, for the record).
“In addition, we will continue to invest in the youth academy to develop the stars of the future, and we would not be in this process if we did not have an exciting and inclusive vision for Chelsea.”