The Russian is expected to leave Chelsea alongside Roman Abramovich who was sanctioned and lost the club
The Blues will soon announce their new owners but that will take more than expected time due to the rigorous steps involved in the bidding.
Many interested buyers have already indicated interest in acquiring the club but due to the nature of the deal, certain steps can’t be over-looked.
The fans on their end are bittered about the end of the Roman Era but have no other option than to hope for the best in the nearest future.
Among their hopes for the best, it’s been disclosed that Marina Granovskaia remaining at the club will help booster the activities and put the new owners to speed on how to achieve the team goals.
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The 47-year-old has been at Chelsea for over 10 years now after taking up the job as Abramovich’s representative back in 2010 before joining the board in 2013.
On a normal ground, Marina is to leave the club as Roman Abramovich is leaving, possibly to their new club as reports are already stating the Russian Billionaire is interested in several other top flight clubs.
Every interested parties have one thing in common and that’s retaining Marina and the Russian has in turn shared her own thoughts.
Speaking to our reporters, Marina said; “It’s sad that this kind of occurrence come up in life but we just have to accept what fate brings and move on.
“I have not only been a member of the Board but also a great lover and fan of Chelsea, I have worked so hard with the desire for us to win trophies and be a standout club.
“The current issue at the club is very hard for everyone and I must praise the coach for still maintaining the pace and winning games. It’s not easy at this time.
“Yes, it’s true that the interested buyers want me to stay at the club, but it’s too early to make such decisions.
“I love this club and am willing to help when and where I can but somethings are just beyond our control.
“We will keep working hard until the takeover is complete then we can know what further steps to take if any.”
Chelsea smashed through St’ Mary’s Stadium on Saturday to bounce back to winning ways after 2 consecutive losses for the first time since Tuchel’s appointment.
Among those two loses is a huge one against Quarter finals opponent, Real Madrid who Chelsea will be heading to Santiago Bernabeu tomorrow for the return leg.