With the World Cup coming to an end, attentions are shifting back to club football, and Nizaar Kinsella of the Evening Standard has just published a really interesting piece with some details about Chelsea’s January.
Since taking over the club, the new owners have been scrambling to put together a transfer team, and their new head of recruitment, Paul Winstanley, has reportedly flown to Qatar to meet his new bosses, Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali.
Some of the other new faces joining us behind the scenes are on gardening leave or have yet to sign a contract, so it’s great to know that at least one influential figure for our future strategy is already on the job.
‘The best,’ Teenager said this after training with Chelsea’s first team
He and the owners were reportedly in attendance at Chelsea’s friendly loss to Aston Villa, which featured the terrifying sight of young striker Armando Broja rupturing his ACL.
If they didn’t realize the importance of this January before, they will now.