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How transfer ban appeal will help Chelsea

Timothy Aiyeku

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It has been confirmed by the World Football governing body that English Premier League outfit Chelsea have appealed against the transfer ban that was handed to them some days ago.

The West London outfit were banned from involving in two transfer windows after they were found guilty of involving in transfer deals that had to do with underage, against the FIFA rule.

The Blues were fined the sum of £460,000 as well which has now been appealed as earlier stated by the club’s chiefs.

However, the West London outfit are hoping that the ruling is overturned or at least reduced while they could also have the ban deferred until another transfer window so that they can make good use of the coming summer window.

Should Chelsea succeed in their appeal, they are expected to have more players in the summer transfer window and it could also determine who comes in as their new manager or if Manager Maurizio Sarri would remain in charge of the club.

More so, the outcome of the appeal has a role to play in the future of Belgium international who is tipped to leave the club to Real Madrid at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, there is a fee that the Blues will be more organized in their decisions as regards player’s contract and transfer deals as a result of the ban.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.