REVEALED: Tottenham fan Jonathan Goldstein is the third man in the Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss-led consortium looking to buy Chelsea – and his investment firm holds assets worth more than £8BILLION
- Jonathan Goldstein is the founder and CEO of investment firm Cain International
- Goldstein is the third man in the Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss-led consortium
- He has worked with LA Lakers and LA Dodgers part-owner Boehly for eight years
- A host of potential suitors are looking to buy Chelsea from Roman Abramovich
Jonathan Goldstein, a London-based property investor, has been revealed as the third man in the Todd Boehly and Hansjorg Wyss-led consortium which is seeking to buy Chelsea.
Goldstein, the founder and chief executive of multi-national investment firm Cain International, has worked with LA Lakers and LA Dodgers part-owner Boehly for eight years.
Cain International has assets worth more than £8billion, although Goldstein’s net worth is not known.
Businessman Jonathan Goldstein (pictured) is part of a consortium looking to buy Chelsea
Swiss billionaire Wyss and Boehly announced their interest in buying Chelsea last week following Roman Abramovich’s vow to sell.
Goldstein, who is also the former chairman of the Jewish Leadership Council, grew up in Essex and is a firm Tottenham fan.
His firm had meetings with Spurs in 2014 over playing a role in the financing of their new stadium and he has a signed left boot of Harry Kane in his office.
A number of suitors are looking to buy the London club from Abramovich with another London entreprenuer, Nick Candy, and Turkish tycoon Muhsin Bayrak among the front-runners.
A number of suitors are seeking to snap the club up from the sanctioned Roman Abramovich