- Callum Wilson and Timo Werner have both emerged as transfer target for Chelsea
- The Blues will now have to pray that their two-window transfer ban is suspended before January
- Tammy Abraham has been leading Chelsea's attack this season in all competitions
Chelsea have reportedly listed Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson and RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner as their two targets when the January 2020 transfer window opens.
The Blues are said to be confident that their current transfer ban will be lifted before the next transfer market which will give them the opportunity to bring new legs to Stamford Bridge.
It will be recalled that FIFA slapped a two-window transfer ban on Chelsea at the end of last season after the Blues were caught registering underage players.
And according to the report on Daily Mail, Chelsea legal team have provided a new evidence which would help them get the ban suspended or overturned.
Tammy Abraham has been leading the attack for the Blues this season and he has been impressive, but Frank Lampard wants new forwards next year.
France international Olivier Giroud could be leaving the Blues in January due to lack of active playing time.
Chelsea are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 17 points after nine games played.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori finally opened up on the rationale that masterminded his decision to choose England thereby snubbing the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
Recently, the 21-year-old and his teammate at Chelsea Tammy Abraham were both called by England coach for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Czech Republic.
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