Chelsea lacked a “visible head” in their sporting organisational scheme Since the arrival of Todd Boyle and the departure of Marina Granovskaya, the “Iron Lady”, and Petr Cech, who worked as a technical advisor, came at about the same time.
However, the “Blues” already have someone to sign them. This void will be covered by Christopher Feifel (Karlsruhe, 1986). Ex RB Leipzig He has been announced as the new Chelsea manager.
“Chelsea are building the most exciting project in world football and I am very proud to be joining the club. “There is a lot of potential for the club to continue to succeed, develop and grow,” said Pfeiffel.
Chelsea are building the most exciting project in world football and I am very proud to be joining the club.
“Under new ownership, Graham Potter and the sports team in general, There is a clear and sustainable philosophy underpinned by performance analysis, data and innovation, and I look forward to participating in that.”the new “blue” technical director made an impact.
Vivell, despite being only 36 years old, is being supported by His past is as an analyst, scout and transfer manager At Hoffenheim, Salzburg and Leipzig, a club he left in October.
Among the successes attributed to Vivell Erling Haaland signed by Salzburg, from Molde, in 2019. He is also considered responsible for the arrival to Leipzig of David Raum, Josko Gvardiol, Mehmet Semakan, Dominic Zuboszlai and Ander Silva.
He will already have his first signature in his portfolio
Oddly enough, his first Chelsea signing could also come from Molde. Fabrizio Romano posits that the “Blues” have reached an agreement to sign David Datro Fofana (Ouragahio, 2002). The Ivory Coast striker scored 17 goals in 29 appearances last season for Molde.
Todd Boyley himself gave the go-ahead for Feville’s arrival: “We are delighted that Christopher will take on this important leadership role. His work in Germany and Austria speaks for itself. He will play a vital role in developing our overall vision for the club.”