Marina Granovskaia set to leave Chelsea as part of changes under new ownership

Granovskaia effectively ran club during Roman Abramovich eraBruce Buck agrees to relinquish 20-year role as chairmanMarina Granovskaia is set to become the next high-profile exit at Chelsea after the club confirmed that Bruce Buck has agreed to relinquish his role as chairman.Buck is due to leave his post on 30 June, with the club’s new co-owner Todd Boehly set to replace him, and it is understood that Granovskaia is poised to become the next to step down. The Russian-Canadian took charge of Chelsea’s transfer business during the Roman Abramovich era and her departure is now widely expected. Clarity over Granovskaia’s future could arrive this week, with sources suggesting an announcement could be made as early as Tuesday.

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