Chelsea’s transfer ban has been halved by Court of Arbitration for Sport, meaning the London side will be free to add more talents to their array of young-studded squad in the January transfer.
Chelsea were handed a two-transfer ban by the football regulating body in the world following alleged breaches of rules involving the signing of young players. Chelsea filed an appeal against the decision at the Court of Arbitration for Sport, and a verdict on Friday December 6, has seen the ban reduced by half.
Chelsea served the first half of the ban in the summer transfer with new boss Frank Lampard left with limited options of stars for the new season.
Lampard enjoyed a successful start as his young-studded squad led by Tammy Abraham, Mount and Tomori continue to display their talent. Chelsea, who already signed Christian Pulisic from Borrusia Dortmund before the ban, will have the chance of adding array of stars to the squad as the January window opens.
Jadon Sancho is reportedly being eyed by Chelsea as the Premier League giants are said to have thrown in an option of luring the England star to Stamford Bridge in the next summer.