Chelsea have been reported to be clearing space for a role to give former goalkeeper Petr Cech in the summer, as a gift hopefully to repair the rift between the club and the fans, which is according to Telegraph Sport exclusive.
The Blues is said to be concerned about their supporters being disappointed, with the club not even standing a chance in the Premier League race placing fourth on the table with Manchester City and Liverpool dominating the table.
Cech, who had registered 333 Premier League appearances for Chelsea before joining up their London rivals Arsenal, will be hanging up his boots by the end of the season having revealed that earlier in the mid-season with Chelsea thinking he would be an important figure in the club.
The role which the Czech Republic international will be given is the seat of a technical director Michael Emenalo, who is yet to be found a replacement for since his departure in 2017.
In other news, head coach Mairizio Sarri has been linked with a move back to the Serie A as some reports claims that the manager will be happy Italy.