- Chelsea faces fear of transfer ban extension.
- Chelsea’s loanees could get some actions in coming season.
- Chelsea appeals transfer ban, hopes it can be freezed for coming window.
Chelsea would have to start serving their two year transfer ban with fears of extension punishment if they fail to do so.
This would mean Chelsea’s new manager would face a two years nightmare, with Hazard already Madrid bound and no chance of signing a replacement.
The blue side tendered an appeal to FIFA but it was turned down, Chelsea was initially banned for the transfer of young foreign players misconduct.
An appeal was made to the court of Arbitration for sports in order to freeze the impending ban for the time been, but there was no genuine confirmation for the appeal.
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An unwanted feeling has been growing at the Bridge concerning the looming transfer ban on Chelsea, and the appeal tendered to the CAS have not been implemented.
There have been no comments from any executive of Chelsea on the current situation, Chelsea have also appealed and tried to appeal for the ban and if they lose their appeal they’d risk serving an extra year ban extending it to a three years transfer ban.
Pulisic was signed in the January window from Dortmund and Kovacic loan deal could be made permanent, this deals could ease up Chelsea’s transfer ban a little bit.
The looming ban has pointed Sarri in the exit direction linking him to a move at Juventus open managerial job.
Whilst Juventus attempts to finalize Sarri’s switch from Chelsea, the blues demands around £5 million in compensation for the transfer, as the blue side looks for possible replacement.
Frank Lampard, Nuno Espirito Santo, Javi Graci and Steve Holland are the listed candidate to replace exit bound Sarri, but they’d have to work to keep Chelsea competitive with the clubs talisman Eden Hazard Spain bound and two window transfer ban.
Jose Angel Sanchez the Real Madrid’s managing director, flew to England in recent times to talk to Chelsea on Hazard deal.
There are still cloudy rumor about the Eden Hazard deal to Madrid, but it’s most favorably a done deal and the Belgian is only waiting on both teams agreement.
David Luiz have signed a new two-year contract deal with Chelsea, and the Blues are hopeful of also having Hudson Odoi pen a new contract too.
Hudson-Odoi was heavily linked to a transfer to Bayern Munich after the youngster hands in a transfer request but has since then become crucial to the team before he suffered a cruciate ligament injury towards the end of the season.
Hudson Odoi seems to have now settled in after he got enough game time in the blue color especially at the Europa League, his representatives relationship with Chelsea have now improved significantly as Chelsea looks to offer him a new lucrative contract deal.
The blues army of loaned players would now be acted upon as the club look to bring some of them back and implement into the first squad.
Michy Batshuayi, Kurt Zouma, Reece James, Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount are thought to have been included in plans to be part of the firts squad players in the coming season.
We also recently reported that Kennedy is set to complete Newcastle loan move.