Chelsea are said to be informing leading football agents that they expect to be doing transfer business sooner than expected, after the club made an appeal to the Court of Arbitration to reduce their transfer ban – that is according to an exclusive report via the Mirror.
 
The Blues feel they have a strong case to end their transfer ban one window ahead of time, after serving the first part this summer in-full and also pointing to Manchester City escaping the same punishment, despite the case not looking all that different on paper.
 
If the Court of Arbitration does indeed lift the suspension for the January transfer window, Chelsea’s heads up to some of football leading player agents could very well have been good planning ahead – Frank Lampard will no doubt want to put a further stamp of his vision on the first XI.
 
Blues fans will be keen to judge the manager properly on his own transfer dealings and not just the heavy reliance on youth that has seen a mixed start to the season – albeit a promising one in terms of style and attacking vision.
 
The exclusive report carries a quote from a source that reveals Chelsea are desperate to get back into the transfer market and re-invest the cash they made from the sale of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid;
 
Chelsea are anxious to strengthen their squad and seem pretty confident that they will win the appeal and be able to trade again in January.”
 
Winning the appeal could prove to the biggest deal of the season for Lampard’s Chelsea, considering the indifferent form of some of the ‘big six’ in the early knockings of the season.

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