Not minding what the consequence would be, the West London outfit Chelsea have accused the world football governing body of laying a double standard in their judgments to clubs.
This is after FIFA rejected their appeal of a transfer ban after they were found guilty of deals involving a minor who is under 18 of age. The Blues side have been told they will have no opportunity to register any player for the next two transfer windows.
Following FIFA’s refusal to honour the appeal tabled by the West London outfit, they have accused FIFA of being biased and have made a decision to run to the Court of Arbitration to intervene with claims that clubs like Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid had their appeal honoured in the past.
This, therefore, means that the Blues team would not involve in the coming summer transfer window as it is reported that the West London outfit will receive the reasons for the denial of their appeal in coming days.
However, no decision would be taken by Chelsea on the matter until after they must have received written reply from the world football governing body on why they would not be allowed to do any transfer deals while the appeal is on just like Barcelona and Madrid in the past.