Chelsea owner, Todd Bohli has begun to take a step back at the club after the Premier League giants worst ever season.
The Blues suffered their worst season in 29 years as they would finish 12th in the Premier League this season.
The American billionaire took charge and began a mega-spending spree in two successive transfer windows.
They spent almost six hundred million pounds on players in the last two transfer windows, but it backfired as Thomas Tuchel was sacked and Frank Lampard was unable to improve things.
And now Bloomberg reports that Bohli has decided to withdraw his direct involvement in the running of the club.
Reports claim he is spending 20 per cent of his time at Chelsea on day-to-day activities, down from around 50 per cent.
He has now given more responsibility to Chelsea’s sporting directors.
EPL: Chelsea owner Todd Bohli steps down from active management of the club