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      Chelsea’s owners, including Todd Boehly, have a written agreement which will allow a change in the chairmanship of the club every five years.

      Boehly and Clearlake Capital bought the Premier League club back in 2022.

      Since then, the Americans have invested over £1billion into the team on transfers alone.

      That has however not translated into success, with the Blues currently languishing in 11th place.

      Boehly has borne the brunt of criticism from fans and pundits over the past 18 months amid Chelsea’s struggles.

      However, it has now emerged that he could be replaced as club chairman in 2027, due to a unique agreement between the hierarchy.

      The Telegraph has outlined that Boehly and Clearlake Capital owners Behdad Eghbali and Jose Feliciano, have agreed an option which allows them to exchange the chairmanship between themselves every five years.

      There is no obligation for a change to take place, which means Boehly could remain in the position for another five-year period when 2027 comes around.

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