- Chelsea appeals ban to CAS.
- Chelsea can sign player on one condition.
The blues have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport against their Two-window transfer ban they received from FIFA for signing foreign youth players.
The West London club were sanctioned by FIFA in February for the signing of under 18 foreign players misconduct, the club appealed for it in may but it was disapproved.
Chelsea responded by contesting the appeal committee of FIFA’s decision and have their appeal received by CAS, the club would now hope to receive good news from the court.
“The appeal is directed against the FIFA Appeal Committee decision dated 11 April 2019 in which CFC was declared liable for violations of the FIFA Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players and banned from registering
new players, nationally and internationally, for two entire and consecutive registration periods,”
the CAS statement read.
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Chelsea can sign players as it stands but won’t be able to register their signed player until the ban is over by 2020.
The Europa league champions have appealed to Court of Arbitration for Sport to freeze their transfer ban until the case is heard in court, which would count them legible to sign players and register them this summer.
Chelsea are yet to give verdict if they could actually sign players if the appeal is approved.