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SportChelsea launch appeal against their two-window transfer ban

12:40  07 june  2019
12:40  07 june  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Higuain open to Chelsea stay if Sarri is at the club

Higuain open to Chelsea stay if Sarri is at the club Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain is open to staying at Chelsea as long as Maurizio Sarri is in charge of the club. According to Calcio Mercato, via The Mirror, Higuain is keen to remain at Stamford Bridge next season, but only if Sarri is still the manager. The report claims that Higuain would be interested in having another chance at Juventus if Sarri decides to leave Chelsea and become the manager of the Italian giants, following the news that Allegri will be leaving at the end of the season.

Chelsea ’s appeal against their impending two - window transfer ban has been rejected by FIFA. FIFA found Chelsea guilty of breaching rules over the signings of foreign minors and the Blues launched an appeal last month in the hope that the punishment would get overturned, reduced or.

Chelsea are unlikely to hear until December whether their two - window transfer ban will be overturned by the court of arbitration for sport, which is set to hear the case on Wednesday. Lampard hints at recruitment pending appeal against Chelsea ’s transfer ban .

Chelsea launch appeal against their two-window transfer ban © Julian Finney/Getty Images Sport Chelsea FC v West Ham United - Premier League

It has been confirmed this morning that Chelsea have appealed their transfer ban through the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

As reported by the Daily Mail, CAS released a statement this morning revealing that they have received Chelsea’s approach.

The appeal process remains in its early stages and Chelsea are yet to try and have the ban frozen for this summer’s transfer window. The report claims that this is a ‘last attempt to overturn transfer sanctions.’

Chelsea launch appeal against their two-window transfer ban © Clive Mason/Getty Images Sport Clive Mason/Getty Images Sport

There have been fears that should Chelsea try to have the ban frozen, it could, as a result, be extended to three windows, something the club are obviously keen to avoid.

Chelsea target Luka Jovic closing in on Frankfurt exit

Chelsea target Luka Jovic closing in on Frankfurt exit Chelsea transfer target Luka Jovic is edging closer towards an exit from Frankfurt this summer. According to German outlet Sport Bild, Jovic has already emptied his locker at Frankfurt as he attempts to seal a move away from the club. The report claims that Jovic has now gone on holiday and is expected to push for a move to Real Madrid when he returns, which will come as a blow to Chelsea. Jovic enjoyed a sensational season with Frankfurt in the Bundesliga, as he found the back of the net 17 times, whilst also scoring 10 goals in the Europa League.

Frank Lampard has indicated Chelsea will look to strengthen their squad in January if they win their appeal to the court of arbitration for sport this month against a two - window transfer ban .

Chelsea ’s appeal against their impending two - window transfer ban has been rejected by FIFA. FIFA found Chelsea guilty of breaching rules over the signings of foreign minors and the Blues launched an appeal last month in the hope that the punishment would get overturned, reduced or

As things stand, it appears that Chelsea’s stance could change once the appeals process is complete.

Chelsea are aware that they can still sign the likes of Mateo Kovacic this summer, but must do so before his loan deal expires.

Chelsea intend to sign Kovacic permanently.
Chelsea are planning to sign midfielder Mateo Kovacic on a permanent deal from Real Madrid this summer. According to Spanish outlet Marca, via Sport Witness, Chelsea “intend” to complete a move for Kovacic, despite their transfer ban. FIFA have imposed a two-window transfer ban on Chelsea after they breached rules relating to the transfer of youth players. This means that Chelsea are unable to register players for the next two windows – this summer and next January.

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