Guy Laurence  To Leave Chelsea After £4.25bn Takeover

The takeover of Chelsea football club is almost complete. Club CEO Guy Laurence has communicated to the team his intent to leave.

Guy Laurence will be leaving the club after four years of service. He has been managing Offield affairs of the club under Roman. Todd Boehly’s £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea ensures the Russian Billionaire lost the Club without returns on his profit.

What affected his decision to leave the club is unclear. The public is not privy to what has caused him to consider leaving the London based club. Who takes over from Guy Laurence?

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After working as the CEO of Vodafone UK and the president and CEO of Rogers Communications, Guy Laurence joined Chelsea in February 2018 intending to improve the size and number of commercial sponsorships at Stamford Bridge. 

His role was entirely focused on the business arm of Chelsea and he took a place on the board, leaving the football operation to be run by director Marina Granovskaia. 

Before that, the Blues didn’t have a chief executive since the influential Ron Gourlay in 2014. Gourlay remains in the sport at Championship side West Brom. Follow Us for more exclusive sports news updates We are on all social media platforms.

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