Russian billionaire and Chelsea FC owner has reportedly ended his three-year exile from the UK and absence from Chelsea games.
According to recent reports from the Telegraph, the Russian mogul was present at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea’s last game against Manchester United.
It was further reported that the 55-year-old presence was not made known to the media and was not spotted by TV cameras.
This is the first Chelsea game he has reportedly attended since he witnessed the Blues Champions League triumph against Manchester City at the Estadio do Dragao, Porto.
Abramovich reportedly was in London last week to add his support to an anti-semitism campaign, hosting Israeli president Isaac Herzog as part of an exhibition at Stamford Bridge about Jewish athletes.
He, however, did not attended Chelsea’s impressive 4-0 Champions League win at home to Juventus on Tuesday after he opted to return to Moscow to attend a charity event.