Abramovich is attempting to rebuild his life after the sanctions imposed on him as a result of the war in Ukraine.
Since becoming the owner of Chelsea, Roman Abramovich’s name has been closely associated with soccer, but he is also known for his connections with Russian oligarchs and everything that has contributed to the conflict in Ukraine. But who is he now?
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Abramovich received sanctions from the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union, and Canada, and chose Turkey as his headquarters because it does not impose sanctions on Russia.
According to Hurriyet, he intends to stay in Istanbul permanently. He has moored his four yachts, which are estimated to be worth 1.2 billion dollars. He also intends to purchase a Turkish soccer team.
Every morning, the Russian billionaire goes to a cafe near Rumeli Hisar for a coffee before strolling along the promenade. According to La Razon, the tycoon intends to settle in the Bebek area.
Furthermore, this district is on the European side and is the final part of the Besiktas district.
Despite the sanctions, Abramovich remains wealthy
According to the Bloomberg Wealth Index, Roman Abramovich’s net worth is approximately 10.5 billion euros, a decrease of 41.6 percent this year.
Abramovich is a Russian, Israeli, and Portuguese citizen who is the second richest person in Israel, the 11th richest man in Russia, and the richest person in Portugal.