Chelsea want Luis Campos as their new sporting director.
The club have been looking for somebody to work alongside new owner Todd Boehly, who has, in effect, been doing the job himself since a shake-up of the previous executive structure saw Marina Granovskaia and Petr Cech both leave Stamford Bridge over the summer.
With Graham Potter now appointed as manager following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel, the new owners want somebody to oversee both the performance and structure of the squad.
The French press are already reporting that Chelsea have made him a lucrative offer.
Now 58, Campos had extensive experience of managing teams in his native Portugal, but it was when he became a sporting director that he really made his name, first with Monaco and then with Lille.
He is currently employed by PSG in a Football Advisor role, tasked with managing performance, recruitment and organisation at the club.
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