According to documents obtained by the Football Leaks platform, FIFA has seen 18 Chelsea transcripts during a three-year survey, including Burkinda's commitment to Bertrand Traor for 2013.
Chelsea is reportedly facing the threat of a two-year ban.
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Due to the violation of the rules, FIFA has allegedly proposed to Chelsea a two-year ban on transport, ie four transport times and a fine of £ 45,000 (1.3 million). The club said it fully cooperates with the federation. FIFA said the decision on a possible sentence had not yet passed.
Bans on transport have been affected by the same misconduct in recent years, Spanish real clubs, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid as well as Barcelona.