Changes in Chelsea’s management seem to be continuing in the near future. The process of restructuring in club management after the acquisition process is common. Previously, Bruce Buck had resigned from his position as CEO after filling it for 19 years.
According to a report from the Telegraph, the changes will happen again in the near future. Marina Granovskaia, one of Roman Abamovich’s confidants, will leave her position. Granovskaia is an important figure in Chelsea’s management and is directly involved in the process of negotiating transfers and extending player contracts.
Previously there had been expectations that Granovskaia would leave in the next few months. But Granovskaia is now said to be leaving his position soon. Granovskaia was one of the figures who came when Roman Abramovich acquired Chelsea.
Granovskaia has had a positive reputation since landing a higher role in Chelsea management. After Bruce Buck and Granovskaia leave their respective positions, Todd Boehly is expected to step in as the new CEO and be involved in negotiating transfers and player contracts.