A report from the Daily Mail via Football London has revealed the rough amount that each club in the Premier League can spend in January in accordance with FFP rules.
FFP or Financial Fair Play allows clubs to make a loss of £105million over three-years and the report shows how much each club is able to spend within the FFP guidelines.
According to the report, Chelsea will be allowed to spend up to £241million in January, according to FFP rules. This is the fourth highest amount allowed for a Premier League club.
London rivals Tottenham Hotspur are said to be able to spend the most (£400million) within these guidelines in the whole of the Premier League.
Arsenal can spend up to £201million, Liverpool can spend up to £273million, Manchester United can spend up to £243million while Manchester City will be allowed to spend £84million.