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Chelsea are desperate for what Liverpool and FSG already have as Michael Edwards question asked

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READ MORE: Liverpool could sign £85m Inter Milan star to unleash midfield revolution READ MORE: Liverpool 'ready' to exploit contract stalemate of £132,000-per-week star This week saw the boardroom changes brought into effect with two heavyweights of the Abramovich era, Marina Granovskaia and Bruce Buck both departing.

• None Jurgen Klopp 'tells' Julian Ward who next big Liverpool signing should be

The wheels were well and truly put into motion at Chelsea this week.

Earlier this week reports in the Mail suggested that former Liverpool sporting director Edwards was the man that Boehly wanted to bring in to shape the future of Chelsea and have them looking in a different direction in the transfer market.

Having seen former owner Roman Abramovich exit due to the forced sale of the club owing to sanctions placed upon him over historic ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin, the era of an owner willing to fund success through his own money, and willing to lose plenty of it, is now over at Stamford Bridge.

Boehly wants to change things up at Chelsea but still be in the hunt for trophies.

Also joining as co-owners are Wyss, LA Dodgers and LA Lakers owner Mark Walter, Jonathan Goldenstein, Lord Daniel Finkelstein, Barbara Charone and James Pade, another member of Clearlake's senior leadership.
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