Chelsea is keeping an eye on the January moves to Timo Werner and Callum Wilson, with club bosses confident. that the ban on transfers will be suspended
- Chelsea are confident that the transfer ban will be suspended until January
- Blues have drawn up a transfer target list if FIFA suspends the ban
- Reports suggest that boss Frank Lampard wants Callum Wilson and Timo Werner
- FIFA banned Chelsea through two windows for recruiting young players
Chelsea is increasingly confident that the transfer ban will be lifted before the window reopens in January and has already drawn up a wish list of who they want to buy in January, according to reports.
Frank Lampard is interested in hiring another striker to help Tammy Abraham at the top and has identified Bournemouth's Callum Wilson and RB Leipzig's Timo Werner as the men who help carry the Blues charge.
The West London club has received a two-window transfer ban by FIFA, which began late last season and will continue until next summer.
Chelsea are eyeing Callum Wilson (T) and Timo Werner (R) if the ban is lifted
Chelsea were banned from registering new players over the age of 16 after an investigation found that they violated regulations on hiring young players.
However, the club's legal team is confident that the ban may be lifted or lifted after new evidence is presented to the Sport Arbitration Tribunal, according to The sun.
Chelsea bosses also believe that the argument that Manchester City escaped punishment for a similar crime would work in their favor.
Chelsea coach Frank Lampard is interested in hiring another striker to help Tammy Abraham top
If the ban were lifted, they would make reinforcements while following Lampard's philosophy of maintaining young English talent.
And this is not the first time Chelsea has shown interest in Cherries striker Wilson.
Maurizio Sarri showed interest in the English international before the striker compromised his long-term future with Eddie Howe.
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