Arsenal and Chelsea are set to face FIFA transfer ban, according to reports in Spain.
The London clubs could face the rot of FIFA and be banned from signing players similar to the one faced by Barcelona.
AS reports that FIFA are set to punish Chelsea and Arsenal alongside Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and other big clubs in Europe.
It is claimed that the punishment is as a result of the London clubs improper signing of players less than 18 years.
Catalan giants Barcelona are currently facing punishment for the same atrocities and AS claims Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea and Arsenal are next in line.
Barcelona are set to complete their punishment in January and the La liga champions can now register new players when the transfer window opens in January.
The players that could put Chelsea and Arsenal in this mess wasn’t mentioned by AS but the paper claims that both clubs are under investigation by FIFA.
Chelsea are known for scouting all over the globe for young players with the aim of bringing them to West London. Should Chelsea be found guilty of signing any of them improperly they will have to face a two transfer window ban. The last time Chelsea had such problem was when they were accused of breaking the rules when signing Gael Kakuta.