The Blues firmly insist the director approaches transfer transactions with the utmost professionalism.
Chelsea “vigorously deny” claims director Marina Granovskaia has tried to put together a file of possible weak points in Bayer Leverkusen‘s hierarchy to acquire an advantage in settlements for Kai Havertz
Rumours have actually distributed that Blues director Granovskaia has been talking to contacts in Germany, inquiring on Leverkusen’s setup that might assist when bargaining over a transfer fee for star midfielder Havertz.
And now Chelsea have actually provided a firm rejection of those claims, firmly insisting owner Roman Abramovich‘s most relied on consultant techniques move transactions with the utmost professionalism.
“We vigorously deny these suggestions; these claims are a complete fabrication,” a Chelsea spokesperson informed the PA news firm.
Granovskaia supervises Chelsea’s transfer method, particularly in regards to settlement.
The Blues’ Russian director has built an outstanding reputation as one of the most effective women in football, and is extremely appreciated for her negotiating abilities.
Stamford Bridge employers have actually been irritated by these newest claims over her conduct nevertheless, to the point of providing a robust rejection.
Chelsea have already hired RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner for ₤54 million and Ajax winger Hakim Ziyech for ₤34 m as manager Frank Lampard intends to reconstruct the Blues’ squad.
Havertz is comprehended to be intent on a move to Chelsea this summer, with the 2 clubs concurring a fee believed to be the final piece of the jigsaw prior to a transfer.