Former Chelsea chief Peter Kenyon is on a winner if his old club land Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao. The Daily Mail says Kenyon, now based in Jersey, is involved in the running of three third-party ownership football funds in partnership with super agent Jorge Mendes, whose clients include Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho.
The players under part ownership include Colombia striker Falcao, whose £35million move from Porto to Atletico in 2011 was financed to a large extent by the GestiFute fund, now part of Quality Football Ireland Ltd, an umbrella operation headed by Kenyon and Mendes.
They would need to have their stakeholding in the player repaid by Atletico if Falcao moves to Chelsea, as third-party ownership was forbidden in the Premier League after the furore around Carlos Tevez's transfer to West Ham in 2006. UEFA have also tightened their rules.