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Chelsea Takeover; Here Are 3 Ways The New Chelsea Owners Could Transform The Club

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The UK government and the Premier League has reportedly given the approval for the sale of Chelseato the Todd Boehly led consortium, and the confirmation could be announced any moment from now.

Todd Boehly is now set to succeed Roman Abramovich as the new owner of Chelsea, after his bid worth £4.25 billion was accepted by the Raine Group as the most preferred bid.

Chelsea became a force in European football when Roman Abramovich bought the club in 2003, with the Russian billionaire investing so much fund to get top players in the transfer window, and they end up achieving so much success with their former owner, both domestically and in Europe.

The new Chelsea owners could follow similar pattern to transform Chelsea after the takeover of the club has been completed, so as to end the dominance of Liverpool and Manchester City in England, as well as becoming extremely strong in European competitions.

In this article, we will be writing on the ways in which the Chelsea new owners could transform the Club.

1. Intelligent Transfer Spending

The new Chelsea owners are financially sufficient and backed to invest heavily in acquiring big players in the transfer market, but they won’t be going out in the market to sign every big name, as critical analysis of targets would be done before spending on players.

Under the Roman Abramovich’s Era, Chelsea spent heavily on some players who doesn’t suit the pattern of the club or the pattern of the current manager, which in turn cause the player to struggle to perform at the best level.

It is believed that the new owners of Chelsea want to use the transfer strategy of Liverpool at the club, signing players that has huge potentials with low transfer fee, while they established themselves as world class after signing for the club.

2. Redevelop Stamford Bridge

Stamford Bridge is no longer befitting for a club of Chelsea’s status, and needs an urgent redevelopment in size and also in Infrastructures.

The Chelsea owners knows this fact, and would structure a plan on how to redevelop Stamford Bridge when they takeover the club officially.

3. Wise Contract Decisions For Players

Chelsea would lose Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen this season on a free transfer this summer, due to poor contract decisions from the club, who should have extended their contract earlier before entering the last season.

This is not something Chelsea should have allowed to happen to players who still have great value in the transfer market.

The Chelsea new owners would hope to stop such things from happening, by applying wisdom in the contract decisions of players.

Currently, important players such as Mason Mount and Reece James currently earn lower than £100,000 per week, while players who doesn’t play much like Kepa and Saul earns almost double in wages than James and Mount.

New owners would hope to avoid important players leaving the club, like Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.

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