It is claimed that West London outfit Chelsea have already tabled an appeal before the Court of Arbitration for Sport over the transfer ban given to them.
The West London outfit have been found wanting in transfer deals and have been punished. World football governing body FIFA have stopped them from participating in the next two transfer windows.
European football expert Gabriele Marcotti stated that the Blues team still stand a chance of having the ban frozen so that they can be able to participate in this summer transfer window.
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This means that the transfer ban will take effect from January winter transfer window.
Experts admit that Chelsea have sold their biggest star and Belgium international Eden Hazard which makes it unlikely for them to have him replaced should the transfer ban stands.
More So, the West London outfit are also on the verge of parting ways with their Italian manager Maurizio Sarri as he has been linked with a move to Italian Serie A outfit Juventus.
However, the situation with the West London outfit is expected to take shape as soon as a decision has been made by the Court of Arbitration for Sport before the end of the summer transfer window.