Date: 26th March 2019 at 6:11pm
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In the face of an impending crisis.

With it being increasingly likely that Chelsea will be forced to serve a two-window transfer ban, with the authorities getting their pound of flesh and leaving Chelsea to suffer, it’s fair to say the support are concerned as to what it’ll mean for the squad.

Already, if you believe the mainstream media speculation, we could be waving goodbye to both Eden Hazard and Callum Hudson-Odoi, without any possibility of replacements being brought in.

The cry to give youth a chance is the mantra tumbling down from the stands.

But will Chelsea succumb to the riches offered and allow their starts to leave?

According to the news source, the Times, that will not be the case.

Our referenced source provides proof of the fact that Chelsea, if the ban is upheld, will not be allowing anyone to leave by using quotes from Andreas Christensen who, after being out-of-favour this season, might have been one of those looking to leave.

Like the article headline says, common sense is set to prevail.

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