Incoming Chelsea owner Todd Boehly will sanction ‘heavy investment’ in the playing squad during the summer when his takeover goes through, according to reports from UK.
The Blues confirm Todd Boehly consortium has signed £4.25b agreement to buy club.
The ownership saga at Stamford Bridge continues to rage on whiles He (Todd Boehly) wait for the approval of the Premier League and UK Government before the takeover.
The American billionaire on Saturday was officially confirmed as the successor to Roman Abramovich and was in the stands to watch his new Club draw 2-2 with Wolves.
Having seen his side struggle on Saturday, he is now mapping out his transfer plans for bolstering the squad to ensure they remain competitive with Man City and Liverpool next season when he becomes the club’s next owner.
The end of the takeover saga would be a relief to supporters, as the Manager has been asked to begin his transfer plans for the summer.
The Blues are set for a huge summer transfer window as Thomas Tuchel looks to strengthen his playing squad after Todd Boehly completes his Chelsea takeover.
This will lift restrictions placed by the sporting licence they currently operate under, allowing for focus to turn swiftly onto plans for the summer.
Discussing transfer ideas, Tuchel said: “We have clear ideas how to improve, how to freshen the squad, improve the squad, bring new energy and quality.”
“Would not be the first transfer window where you have a wish and cannot make it as a coach.
“We will find solutions but first of all we must adapt to the general situation. Then we see if it is possible and what is possible.”