Journalist Dean Jones has told GIVEMESPORT that rumors regarding Chelsea owner Todd Boehly being interested in hiring Paris Saint- Germain ( PSG) football advisor Luis Campos are serious. There has been much change at Stamford Bridge following the American billionaire’s takeover of the club back in May.
The Blues have parted ways with the old regime’s recruitment, including former director Marina Granovskaia and technical advisor Petr Cech. The duo were key to the ins-and-outs at Chelsea with Thomas Tuchel as manager. The German tactician has been sacked and replaced by former Brighton & Hove Albion coach Graham Potter.
Boehly took on the responsibility of recruitment throughout the summer but is seemingly looking to make further changes to the structure of the club. Jones is telling fans to take the links between Boehly and PSG advisor Campos seriously:
“I think there’s still further meetings to come. The Luis Campos one, I do think we should take that seriously.”
“But I do wonder if that might be one that could be an interim solution as well. I think there are various things being looked at, to be honest, at the moment.”
There has been much debate over Chelsea’s summer transfer window with regard to incoming and reported targets. The west London club made eight signings this summer:
Wesley Fofana from Leicester City – £72.4 million Marc Cucurella from Brighton & Hove Albion – £58.8 million Raheem Sterling from Manchester City – £50.6 million Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli – £34.2 million Carney Chukwuemeka from Aston Villa – £16.2 million Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Barcelona – £10.8 million Gabriel Slomina from Chicago Fire – £8.2 million Denis Zakaria from Juventus – Season long loan with £30 million buy option