The state of Chelsea FC is very uncertain following the sanctions laid down by the United Kingdom government and Roman Abramovich's involvement with the club could now be prolonged.
Over recent weeks, the Russia-Ukraine conflict has created a significant divide, with many countries lobbying for the latter and showing their support for Ukraine.
Abramovich, a Russian with ties to Vladimir Putin, has received vast criticism for not condemning his homeland's actions and that's left him in a position where he was forced to sell the club.
However, that was before the UK levied harsh sanctions that now will only allow Abramovich to sell Chelsea if the Russian doesn't receive any money from the sale.
The billionaire has been involved as the team's owner since 2003 and has publicly stated on many occasions that he always wants what's best for the organization.
So what exactly are the sanctions the UK has placed on Abramovich and Chelsea?