The West London outfit Chelsea are reportedly planning to meet with the world football governing body to seek clarification over the transfer ban placed on the ram as they seek to hand Argentina International Gonzalo Higuain a permanent stay at the club.
Chelsea were banned from registering any new player for the next two transfer windows after going against the rules which is the reason why Chelsea seek to know if keeping Gonzalo Higuain for a permanent deal would amount to going against the ban.
Gonzalo Higuain joined the Blues team on loan in the last January winter window and it is being considered if he would be handed a permanent stay as permitted by his loan terms for a sum of £15.6 million.
However, it is claimed that the inability to get the terms of the ban clear has stopped the Blues tram from taking a decision on whether to keep Gonzalo Higuain at the Stamford Bridge or not.
Meanwhile reports linking France international Olivier Giroud out of the Stanford Bridge with a number of suitors already seeking for his signature ahead of the coming season.
The World Cup winner has severally expressed his displeasure at not playing regularly in the Premier League and that form the basis for why he seeks to leave the club at the end of the season.
Manager Maurizio Sarri is, therefore, doing his best to ensure Olivier Giroud stays back.