Chelsea would be surely venturing into this season transfer window as they finally get CAS to lift the transfer ban levied on the club.
Just moments ago, it was revealed that the CAS has halved its transfer ban levied on Chelsea and the Blues are definitely getting back into the transfer market.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after its investigations on the evidence provided by the club discovered the allegations were more severe than the actual truth.
According to CAS, Chelsea’s sanction was reduced to one season which they already served and in turn as well had their fine halved as the Blues are now expected to pay the sum of 150,000 Swiss Francs which is half of the initial amount levied on the club by FIFA.
Below are the statements of the The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS)
“The sole arbitrator found that CFC did violate Articles 19.1 (related to the international transfer of minors) and 19.3 (related to the first registration of minors), but for a significantly smaller number of players (about one third of the violations found by Fifa). In addition, the violations of other RSTP rules were found to be less serious than those attributed to Chelsea FC by FIFA. Accordingly, the Sole Arbitrator reduced the sanction to one single transfer ban (which Chelsea FC already served during the 2019 summer registration period), and halved the monetary sanction.