There are indications that the West London outfit Chelsea will have their transfer ban upturned and they might be able to register new players in the next summer transfer window.
The West London outfit have been handed a ban that will stop them from registering new players for the next two transfer window after they were accused of involving in deals with underage players.
Chelsea have decided to appeal the ban and they are expected to receive a ruling as regarding that.
However, European football expert and ESPN FC pundit Gabriele Marcotti has stated that a third appeal by the Blues team might be successful as it would be handled by Court of Arbitration of Sport.
According to him, the Court of Arbitration for Sport would be listed to and might be suspended until next January.
He noted that it would allow the Blues team to bring in players that will help them cover for the period they will serve the ban.
However, there is no doubt that the Blues team will bring in a replacement for Eden Hazard who is expected to leave the club at the end of the season after reportedly agreeing on a move to the Spanish LA Liga outfit Real Madrid.