The Premier League club has come into FIFA’s focus.It is about violations of the transfer regulations.It’s not the first investigation for Chelsea.
Chelsea are in danger of getting into trouble from FIFA.The World Blues Federation confirmed investigations against the blues on Wednesday.
It’s about transfers of underage players from abroad.In most cases, FIFA will impose severe penalties for violations of the relevant statutes.
The Spanish club Atlético Madrid, for example, has recently been banned from transferring.
For Chelsea, this would not be their first violation of the rules. In 2009, the reigning English champions had to serve a one-year suspension two years earlier because of Gael Kakuta’s change from FC Lens.
Last year, the club had once again been the focus of FIFA’s attention due to the transfer of a minor, but it got off lightly at the time.
According to Chelsea FC, the current accusations are also not correct.A spokesman denied any misconduct of the club against the Daily Mail.