Chelsea boards will be granting manager Frank Lampard a total sum of £150million for the possibility of bringing in more young talents and experienced player into the squad by January.
Chelsea who are currently battling a two years transfer ban are looking to plead for a lift. The court of arbitration of sport will open up the case this November for proper look into the case.
Done serving one season of their two years ban, Chelsea is looking so hope on cutting deal with CAS so they could sign new players by January.
Diversified opinions from banters and fans saying Chelsea should pull through and serve the whole ban session following the success of the team claiming top four position in the League competition and second on the champions league table.
A look at the champions league fixture against ajax at the Stamford bridge, one could say its a must for Chelsea to bring in more experienced players to continue the fine run of form.
Olivier Giroud and Pedro having left out for quite a while in the squad and running out of their contracts would likely take their leave by January so Chelsea have been looking into strikers and wingers for better replacement.
Chelsea has been reportedly said to be scouting Lyon Moussa Dembele, Crystal Palace Wilfred Zaha and Borrusia Dortmund Jordan Sancho. Reports also have it that Leicester’s city wing back Ben Chilwell is on hot pursuit but looks to be impossible to sign in the January transfer window and Nathan Ake who Chelsea still has a £40million buy back clause on.
“I don’t really have interest in Legal matters so I ant really delve at it now but am interested in it because it might see us off the transfer ban by January. We’re good of the moment, the players at hand have been great so if not overturned we still play the game we play” Lampard replied when asked about his interest in the possible result on the transfer ban.