Chelsea FC are poised to appoint Chris Jurasek as their new chief executive, with Tom Glick set to leave his role as president of business.
Tom Glick is expected to step down from his position as president of business, and Chelsea FC is prepared to name Chris Jurasek as their new chief executive.
The Blues are prepared to sign Jurasek, who works for a business backed by Chelsea’s owners, Clearlake Capital, according to The Times.
Although the club has not responded to claims that Tom Glick has step down he will assume responsibility of the majority of the club’s commercial operations, which means Tom Glick will leave.
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Tom Glick was hired by Chelsea after developing his reputation with clubs like Derby County and Manchester City, but after nine months in the position, he is about to step down.
Todd Boehly, the club’s owner, is presently aiming to sign Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager, with the club set to finish in the bottom half – they could possibly finish 11th but can only go up so much.
Todd Boehly has overseen a significant turnover during his time at Chelsea, having fired both Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter this season in addition to investing over £600 million on the team’s male players. Despite Pochettino’s expected appointment this summer, Frank Lampard is still serving as interim manager.