But the Blues could be forced to rethink their unusual transfer policy as Federation Internationale de Football Association reportedly intend to place a cap on the number of players clubs can loan out moving forward.
Last season, Chelsea had 40 players out on loan.
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The new rule is likely to see a host of players leave the club when it is introduced, with more experienced players like Michy Batshuayi and Tiemoue Bakayoko now still out on loan, despite being fully fledged senior players.
Federation Internationale de Football Association is planning to make changes to the worldwide transfers rules that would limit player loans and create a clearing house to handle agents fees, Sky Sports News understands.
This clearing house would also be responsible for handling payments to agents.
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In a brief statement on Thursday FIFA said it has created a "stakeholders commission" to conduct "a comprehensive review of the transfer system".
It said the commission "is now assessing potential changes to the system in several key areas, including, among others, the regulations on intermediaries, solidarity payments to training clubs, streamlining of transfer payments, protection of minors, loans, squad sizes and transfer windows".
The next commission meeting is scheduled for London on September 24 and could lead to recommendations for the FIFA Council meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in October 25-26.
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