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According to The Sun via Daily Mail, Chelsea are eyeing up a trio of big names in January if the transfer ban is lifted.
Chelsea were banned from signing players for two windows after being found guilty of breaching rules regarding the registration of young players but the ban could be lifted with the Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing Chelsea’s appeal on November 20.
If the transfer ban is lifted, Chelsea will push to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, Leicester left-back Ben Chilwell and RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.
The Blues are reportedly willing to spend upwards of £150m in January.
Zaha will likely push for a move to Chelsea in January after failing to join Arsenal and Everton in the summer.
Crystal Palace are understood to want in excess of £70m for the former Manchester United man, while Leicester could demand £50m for England international Chilwell.
RB Leipzig striker Werner reportedly has a release clause of £25m in his contract.