How Chelsea and Man City may face relegation after points deduction

A financial expert claims Chelsea and Manchester City could both potentially face relegation from the Premier League following the news of Everton’s points deduction. And The Pride of London look at another narrative in the Blues domain.

It is an historic moment for English top-flight bosses to dock a club of 10-points. The punishment transpired after Everton were deemed in break Financial Fair Play – or FFP – rules. The Toffees plan to lodge an appeal.

Meanwhile Man City are accused of breaking FFP regulations, and Chelsea may be scrutinised over ‘payments connected to ex-owner Roman Abramovich’. A lawyer who previously advised MCFC, Stefan Borson, suggests that if it is proven that CFC and City did wrong, the teams face relegation as a penalty. At present, this is mere opinion.

As Blues players too young to be involved with senior national teams train at Cobham while their international teammates are off with their respective countries’ camps, there is plenty of CFC talk in the papers and online. PoL attempt to wade through most of it, along with supplying our followers with explanations and verdicts on all of it – if we can. And there is a rumour which is as equally annoying as the previous story, but entirely more comprehensible.

Basically, Chels‘ might perhaps have missed the opportunity to sign a starlet who is being touted as ‘the next Pele’. Express report that the west London club were beaten by Real Madrid to Endrick. At 17, the Palmeiras up-and-comer is certainly making a name for himself. Some believe he could be the next Brazilian superstar after Neymar and Vinicius Junior. But even meeting Brazil legend and Chelsea icon Thiago Silva at CFC’s training complex couldn’t secure the young talent.