Chelsea remain under FIFA Transfer bondage.

The Chelsea two year transfer ban remained largely in place after FIFA issued their ruling on the club’s appeal on Wednesday.

The London club were banned from signing players for their men’s teams for the next two transfer windows after being found guilty by FIFA’s disciplinary committee of breaching regulations relating to the recruitment of minors in February.

Though Chelsea denied any wrongdoing and appealed but the governing body of world soccer announced that its appeal committee had “decided to partially uphold the appeal”.

However, the committee lifted part of the ban, but only for players under 16 who are not “international transfers and first registrations of foreign minor players”, but upheld the fine of Sh60 million 600,000 Swiss francs (526,000 euros, $590.000).

Chelsea had been eager to have the ban lifted, or suspended pending the appeal, so they could be in a position to sign a replacement for Belgium Eden Hazard, who is being touted as a possible Sh 13 billion–£100 million (116 million euros, $131 million) transfer target for Real Madrid.


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