The post-match actions of Chelsea owner Todd Boehly on the back of the club’s meeting with Crystal Palace on Sunday has piqued widespread attentions across the club’s fanbase.
Chelsea, of course, were back in action earlier today.
Fresh off another alarming defeat at the hands of Fulham in midweek, the Blues welcomed the aforementioned Crystal Palace to Stamford Bridge, desperate for a bounce-back result.
And, when all was said and done, this is precisely what Graham Potter’s troops went on to secure, courtesy of a solitary Kai Havertz finish just beyond the hour mark.
The victory came with the latest addition to what is fast becoming a new-look Chelsea squad watching on from the stands, after the capital giants tied up a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk sensation Mykhailo Mudryk a little over 24 hours ago.
This comes as new owner Todd Boehly continues to showcase his willingness to spend big, to turn around what has proven nothing short of a nightmare campaign to date in west London.
And now, as alluded to above, the American businessman has piqued attentions once again.
This comes owing to his actions late this evening, when Boehly was spotted in attendance in a post-match Twitter space, featuring thousands of Chelsea supporters.
The 49-year-old will no doubt have been interested in what the Blues faithful had to say, too, with the subject of the transfer market having taken its place front and centre in the discussion.