Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has returned to London for the first time since 2018.
Visa issues were keeping the 54-year-old away but having obtained an Israeli passport, the oligarch has been able to get back to visit his family.
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The UK government have made it harder for powerful Russians to obtain visas after the Salisbury poisoning incident in 2018.
And the stance has affected Abramovich’s ability to gain entry to the UK since.
But having obtained an Israeli passport the billionaire was able to make his first trip to the UK in three years without the need for a visa.
Abramovich’s spokesperson confirmed the Chelsea owner is in the UK to see relatives, according to the Independent. And he could reportedly visit his beloved Blues while in the capital.
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