Chelsea signed Exeter City highly rated academy product Ethan Ampadu earlier this season, and now City chairman Julian Tagg has said that the League Two club are still waiting on a date for the tribunal hearing that will decide how much Chelsea must pay for signing Ethan Ampadu in the summer.
He admits he’s positive that the matter will soon be resolved and has reassured supporters that there is no bad blood between the Blues and the Grecians.
He said on their club’s official website: “We don’t have a date yet for the tribunal but the arbitration is taking its natural course and we will inform fans when we know more.
“Our relationship with Chelsea remains good, as it has been throughout this whole process and it is nice to see Ethan doing so well and earning praise for his performances at both club and international level.”
Exeter fans still keep track of their former prodigy and were happy with his performance against Bournemouth on Wednesday.