According to rumours in the UK, incoming Chelsea owner Todd Boehly will authorise ‘substantial investment’ in the football team during the summer if his takeover is successful.
The Blues have confirmed that the Todd Boehly consortium has agreed to buy the club for £4.25 billion.
The ownership situation at Stamford Bridge continues, with Todd Boehly waiting for Premier League and UK Government approval before proceeding with the takeover.
The American billionaire, who was in the stands to witness his new club draw 2-2 with Wolves on Saturday, was officially named as Roman Abramovich’s replacement.
After seeing his team struggle on Saturday, he’s already plotting his transfer strategy to enhance the squad and keep them competitive with Man City and Liverpool next season when he takes over as owner.
Supporters will be relieved if the takeover crisis comes to a conclusion, as the Manager has been instructed to begin his summer transfer plans.
After Todd Boehly completes his Chelsea takeover, Thomas Tuchel will attempt to strengthen his playing roster during the summer transfer window.
This will remove the constraints imposed by their present sporting license, allowing them to quickly turn their attention to summer plans.
“We have clear ideas how to improve, how to freshen the group, develop the squad, introduce new energy and talent,” Tuchel stated when asked about transfer proposals.
“This isn’t the first transfer window where you have a dream but can’t fulfill it as a coach.”
“We will discover solutions, but we must first adjust to the current reality.” Then we’ll see what’s possible and what’s not.”