Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has returned to London for the first time in three years hinting on his future at the club.
The Russian-Israeli billionaire was unable to travel to the UK because of issues with his entrepreneurial visa in 2018.
And since then Abramovich has obtained Israeli citizenship, which allows him to travel to the UK without a visa.
However, this is still the first time he will have travelled to England in three years, with the Blues having been transformed since his last trip to the capital.
He has mainly been restricted to watching the Blues during away games in the European competitions and was in attendance in the 2019 Europa League final in Baku and the 2021 Champions League final in Porto.
Some believed that Abramovich was edging towards selling the club amid his troubles with watching them at Stamford Bridge.
But now he has returned and is set to underline his commitment to Chelsea he has owned since June 2003.