Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge paid tribute to Chelsea manager Marina Granovskaia for the work she does at Stamford Bridge.
Granovskaia is the owner of Chelsea, Roman Abramovich’s right-hand man at the West London club.
The 46-year-old has grown into one of the most powerful leaders in world football.
It has built a reputation for its smart transactions in transfer transactions.
Speaking to Athletic, Rummenigge said: “I’m curious to see if there will be a club in Europe that can break even this season.
“It will be difficult, even for us. We lost € 4-5million per game, you can see what that means in total.
“After more than a year without supporters, the loss of income has been much greater for the big clubs. Some of the smaller clubs, which rely on the sale, will also take real damage. There may be 2 or 3 clubs that can turn the tide.
“Chelsea’s numbers, for example, look very positive. Marina [Granovskaia] did a really good job. But we won’t see an all-time record drop this summer, that’s for sure.
Chelsea: ‘I’m curious’ – Bayern Munich CEO Rummenigge pays tribute to Marina Granovskaia