Chelsea's ban to sign new players has been a blessing in disguise for the side so far.
The Blues, under Frank Lampard, have given a chance to many academy players, who have had a major impact in the opening matches of the new season.
Fikayo Tomori, Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount are just an example of the young players who have been shining for the club, with the likes of Reece James and Billy Gilmour too, getting minutes.
The banning has also saved the London club a huge chunk of cash, which came mainly from Eden Hazard and Alvaro Moratta's sale in the summer.
In addition to the two stars, 19 other players were allowed to leave, which raised a collective fee of £173m.
The amount was however reduced to £133m following the signing of Matteo Kovacic from Real Madrid for £40m.
The club will most likely invest the whole amount in new players once the transfer ban is lifted, which will present a perfect chance to beef up an already improved side.
The profit is among the biggest in recent years for the club, which has recorded losses year in year out due to new signings.
More players are expected to leave in the coming transfer windows, which will raise more cash and lead to more spending.
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