West London outfit Chelsea still have their hopes alive to land a number of signings in this summer transfer window.
The Blues team have been given a ban that will stop them from registering any new player until the next two transfer windows.
Chelsea are hoping that the ban would be appealed and won at the Court of Arbitration for Sports so that they can make some deals happen as they are already making moves to speak with their targets.
Plaza Deportiva reports that the West London outfit have made an offer of €70m for Spanish La Liga outfit Valencia forward Gonçalo Guedes through his agent Jorge Mendes.
The Valencia forward is being considered to serve as a replacement for Belgium international Eden Hazard who has completed a move to Real Madrid
Gonçalo Guedes has been tipped to help Chelsea continue their fine form and also challenge for titles just like it happened with the presence of the Belgium international.
However, a judgment is expected to be passed by CAS any moment from now if the Blues have submitted the request for an appeal as reported in the media.
Chelsea suffered a lack of cutting edge in their attack and they seek to have it resolved.