Following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea appointed Graham Potter to the managerial position. The Premier League side is now shaking up its front office by focusing on PSG sporting advisor Luis Campos.
On Sunday, it was revealed by CBS Sports’ Ben Jacobs the hurdles that Chelsea faces if they do pursue Campos. Nonetheless, it doesn’t seem as though The Blues are concerned with those issues.
French publication Le Parisien reported on Tuesday that new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly is prepared to give Campos a contract to see the Portuguese club chief earn €8 million per year.
Additionally, the contract would be on the condition that Campos leave PSG immediately and take charge of the following two transfer windows, January and next summer, both in 2023.
Chelsea is also willing to give Campos €300 million to invest in rethinking the first team. In theory, no clause in Campos’ contract with the capital club prevents him from accepting The Blues’ offer.
There is only one condition: he cannot work for more than three clubs while he oversees PSG and Celta Vigo. A departure, a hypothesis today improbable in the short term, would “simply” require settlement for the Ligue 1 side.