Premier League giants Chelsea have received some brilliant news today as it seems that their transfer ban has been lifted and that means that they will be available to make additions when the transfer window will be re-opened in January.
Frank Lampard will naturally be pleased, however, despite the fact his team is doing rather well currently some reinforcements could definitely do him a world of good.
And granted, the West London club are currently sitting in the fourth place in the English top-tier, however, to keep their hopes of European football alive, they will have to maintain their consistency going forward as well.
Interestingly enough, they were rumoured with one player back in the summer who could very well fit in Frank Lampard’s side.
Chelsea and Man Utd supposedly observed James Rodriguez of Real Madrid, as per Marca’s claims some months back, with the report claiming he was available at a cut-price £36m deal.
And looking at the 28-year-old’s campaign so far, he’s definitely had his moments, however, was soon hampered by injuries and Zinedine Zidane once again favoured Rodrygo, Vinicius Junior Isco, Modric and Toni Kross.