Chelsea is eyeing former Liverpool sporting director Michael Edwards as a potential replacement for Marina Granovskaia, MySportDab reports.
Michael Edward has been one of the most prolific sporting directors ever known.
His legacies at Liverpool are fantastic. He is believed to be the brain behind the Reds’ drastic transformation.
Michael Edwards has announced his impending departure from the Anfield club this summer.
According to the sources close to the 42-year-old, top European clubs have been at the beck of the genius since he announced his impending departure.
Real Madrid is said to be interested in securing the services of Edward.
Another top club lining up an offer for Edward is PSG.
The French giants are hoping for rejuvenation and an upgrade of the Paris-based club.
After an abysmal 2021-22 Champions League campaign, PSG hopes to boost their performance with a good sporting director.
Despite the array of interest from top clubs, Michael had maintained that he wanted to take a break.
Todd Boehly’s Chelsea is reportedly interested in the services of Michael Edward.
Former Chelsea sporting director Marina Granovskaia announced his departure from his role a few days ago.
Todd Boehly had reportedly referenced Michael Edwards’s legacy at Anfield.
Todd Boehly referred to the dramatic transformation at Anfield as a great model of success.
Although Granovskaia announced his departure from his role at Chelsea, he still assists the Blues in transfers, according to reports.
Former Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Czech is assisting him, but Boehly is said to have been a long-time admirer of Michael’s handiwork at Liverpool.
Manchester United are also interested in Michael Edwards, but they are hindered by the structure at the club.
It is apparent that Boehly would like the 42-year-old to replace Granovskaia, but Michael Edwards has been reportedly adamant about taking a break from football for a while.