The latest Chelsea news onward of the Premier League clash with Everton at Goodison Park as the Blues await news on the consequence of their transferal ban appeal: Chelsea is back in Premier League stroke tomorrow Saturday as they are portable to face Everton at Goodison Park.
The Blues will make the tour to Merseyside to face the Toffees who presently sit in the demotion zone after a 5-2 loss against city rivals Liverpool on Wednesday evening. Football fans from around the world can purchase Premier League Football Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Chelsea will be improved by a first victory in three games after beating Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening which preserved their position in the top four with a six-point advantage over Wolves in fifth.
Ahead of the game, we take a gaze at the latest Chelsea news below.
Transfer ban latest
Chelsea is awaiting news of their petition to the Court of Arbitration for Sport over the transfer ban given to them by FIFA. The Blues were handed the two-window ban by FIFA back in February after supposedly breaking rules over the signing of minors from overseas although Chelsea has denied any offense.
They were unable to register new players in the summer transfer window and as things stand they are not able to sign players in January either. If their appeal is successful, that could change but former Chelsea striker Carlton Cole feels it may actually be a good thing for Blues head coach to not have the transfer ban lifted.
“If the ban is lifted and that gives them an unfair benefit to the other teams then I do not think that is right. They need to serve the correct time for the decision,” he said, speaking exclusively to 888sport.
Having said that, whether they are allowed to buy or not I do not think it will make a big difference to them or Lamps. He has got the team playing the way he wants and the players are playing for him. It would be better for him if he’s not allowed to buy in the window. Then if things do fall short for him he is still got that cushion to say I was not able to buy.\
Also when you look at the Premier League it is really hard to buy someone in the January window who could come in and make a massive difference. Unless you spend big money and I do not think that is their priority. They need to stay getting the team on the same page.
Sancho transfer update
Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho has been heavily linked with a return to the Premier League with Chelsea Liverpool and Manchester United among the clubs linked with signing him. He has had some issues at Dortmund this season, fuelling speculation that he could be allowed to move on.
A January move seems unlikely but there have been suggestions that he could move next summer with the clubs said to be monitoring his situation in Germany. And Goal reports that Chelsea is prepared to smash their transfer record in a bid to sign the teenager.
Chelsea’s current transfer record is the £72million paid to sign Kepa Arrizabalaga, and it is likely to take a bid of more than that to bring Sancho to west London. However, some Blues fans are hopeful that his friendship with Tammy Abraham and Callum Hudson Odoi could prove to be a key factor in his future.
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