Date: 6th December 2019 at 12:10pm
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News broke this morning that the Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled in Chelsea’s favour when it came to the FIFA imposed two-transfer window ban.

Their investigation found that FIFA went over-the-top when it came to the number of offences Chelsea committed.

As a result, the two-window transfer ban has been reduced to one and Chelsea Football Club, with significant funds in the bank from the sale of several players, including Eden Hazard, in the summer, can now sign players in the January transfer window.

The official outcome of the appeal has also seen Chelsea’s fine reduced from 600,000 Swiss francs to 300,000 Swiss francs

However, having been told we’re no longer on the naughty-step presents the club with a bit of a dilemma.

Should the club now invest heavily in the January transfer window or should they stick with the youngsters that have served them so well so far this season?

Also, if Chelsea do decide to spend the cash, which area of the squad needs strengthening the most?

Here at Vital Chelsea, we’d be interested to hear your views on the subject matter, please feel free to drop your feelings into the comment facility beneath this article.

With The Transfer Ban Now Over Should Chelsea Slash The Cash In January?







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