Todd Boehly, a co-owner of Chelsea, has stepped down from his interim job as the club’s sporting director, which he took on in June 2022.Information Guide Nigeria
Boehly was appointed after important figures Marina Ganovskaia and Petr Cech left the club shortly after his arrival.
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The American has overseen the spending of around £350 million ($426.5 million) on players, including recent January purchases, but The Telegraph says that Boehly has opted to step down and take over Chelsea’s recruitment strategy to recent recruits Christopher Vivell and Paul Winstanley.NYSC portal
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Boehly hired Vivell, formerly of RB Leipzig, as the club’s new technical director in December, filling the role left vacant by Cech in the summer. Winstanley was named the club’s director of global talent and transfers in November, and it is expected that the pair will oversee the Blues’ business for the remainder of the January transfer window and beyond.
While Boehly is out, the Blues are expected to have a busy January transfer window, with the most recent move being a loan deal with Atletico Madrid for forward Joao Felix.JAMB Result
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