Investment firm Aethel Partners are the latest group to say they have submitted a bid for Chelsea Football Club before the Friday deadline.
The group led by Portuguese entrepreneur Ricardo Silva said the London firm is pledging to put in £50m as soon as possible.
Initial money put in to the club will serve as bridging funding to help ease financial issues the club faces and to redevelop Stamford Bridge.
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