A recent ruling made by the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has halved the previous transfer ban that was placed on Chelsea for violating transfer rules. The CAS has declared that the transfer rules breached by Chelsea have been re-evaluated and found to be less serious than before. As a result of which, the CAS has ruled that the transfer ban restrictions served by Chelsea during the summer transfer window were sufficient enough.
Good news Chelsea fans! ✍️— Goal News (@GoalNews) December 6, 2019
The club have been freed to spend again in the January, with an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport seeing their two-window ban cut in half.
Premier League giants Chelsea, who are currently fourth in the English top-flight, have received a major push in the race to qualify for next year’s UEFA Champions League with a successful transfer ban appeal. Coach Frank Lampard will be eager to bolster certain areas in his squad in order to maintain the pressure on the rest of the ‘Big Six’ in the Premier League. Who do you think will be on the Frank Lampard transfer wishlist for the upcoming January transfer window?
Everton in the early kick-off next! 👊 pic.twitter.com/18yYQTj7kx— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) December 5, 2019