Shake Up: Petr Cech to leave Chelsea

Chelsea legend Petr Cech will leave his role as Technical and Performance Advisor at the London club on June 30.

The club confirmed Cech’s departure in a statement released on their website on Monday.

Cech becomes the latest high profile figure to depart following Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital’s takeover.

The former goalkeeper – who has been their technical and performance advisor since 2019 – follows sporting director Marina Granovskaia and club chairman Bruce Buck in departing the west London side.

Cech took up his role at the club shortly after retiring in 2019 following his departure from London rivals Arsenal.

But the former Czech Republic international was best known for his achievements at Stamford Bridge, where he made 494 appearances and won five Premier League titles, FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and Europa League as a player.

Since retirement he has worked closely with Granovskaia on transfers, and had to play peacemaker with fans following the announcement of the now defunct European Super League.

But now he has become the latest to leave in Boehly’s shake-up.

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