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Chelsea have reportedly began talks with Fulham over a four-year ground share while the remodelling of Stamford bridge lasts.

Todd Boehly and and his co-controlling owner Behdad Eghbali are keen for the club to change the face of the stadium, thus raising its stake as one of the greatest by 2030.

It is understood that the Blues currently have three options regarding their home ground,-
One is to start work and build on a completely new site- another is knocking down their current home and rebuilding a new ground from scratch and the other is just to redevelop the stadium.

The whole project of remodelling is expected to cost a mega £2bn.

According to Daily mail, it says that the team will consider Fulham’s Craven Cottage, Twickenham or Wembley as per circumstance.

The report suggests the majority of Chelsea’s Premier League matches could be played at Craven Cottage while Champions League and category A top-fight games may be held at either Wembley or Twickenham instead

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