Being able to go on and fight for other belts and unifying the division.

” Chelsea will try to sign Crystal Palace duo Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka if their transfer ban is overturned, former Blues striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink believes. The Stamford Bridge club have been hit with a two-window transfer ban which they are expected to appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), hoping to get it overturned.

Getty Images – Getty 3 Wan-Bissaka is one of the most highly-rated young players in European football Even if CAS accept the punishment, there is a good chance the ban will be delayed until the case is heard, meaning Chelsea will have the summer window to complete signings. And, with Eden Hazard looking all but certain to leave the Blues, it is expected to be a busy summer for the west Londoners with numerous incoming signings and some serious cash spent.

Maurizio Sarri will have to bring in a replacement for Hazard, while he is also said to want a new centre-forward following Gonzalo Higuain’s poor loan spell, and there have been other links with new defenders. LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS gossip Man United news live: Dutch ace wanted as new right-back, West Ham star on radar gossip Liverpool news live: Salah ‘rejects ?150million exit’, Ajax set Ziyech price latest Man United target Dutch defender, Spurs to sell Rose and sign Sessegnon review Women’s World Cup: Netherlands breeze past Cameroon, Canada beat hapless New Zealand gesture Amazing reason Marta pointed to her boots after scoring opener for Brazil royal return AC Milan appoint club legends Boban and Maldini in new roles at the club ‘i was fed up’ The reason why Chelsea midfielder Jorginho nearly quit football latest Arsenal transfer news live: Top target ‘not for sale’, Ziyech to cost just ?30m GOING NOWHERE Bournemouth send firm response to Arsenal over Ryan Fraser interest London bound?real bookie

Arsenal target Dennis Praet agent confirms interest in player CLINICAL Miedema nets brace to become Netherlands’ record scorer in Cameroon win STAYING PUT Gonzalo Higuain will see out his contract at Juventus, agent confirms And Hasselbaink, who starred for Chelsea between 2000 and 2004, believes Zaha and Wan-Bissaka – two very in-demand players – will be two targets on Sarri’s summer shortlist. “If Chelsea don’t have a transfer ban, I think they will target two Crystal Palace players,” said Hasselbaink to “Firstly, Aaron Wan-Bissaka can push Cesar Azpilicueta for a starting place and will learn a lot from him. He’s a very good right back, and can defend very well. “And then Wilfried Zaha brings the excitement.

If Eden Hazard goes, you need somebody to take players on. Yes, they have Callum Hudson-Odoi but any good side needs four wide players, especially if something happens to Pedro or Willian. Getty Images – Getty 3 Zaha has been linked with big-money summer moves to Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United “I think it will be difficult for Crystal Palace to keep them, with all due respect. “If they’re going to go, I think it’s best for them to stay in London.

Zaha had a difficult move to Manchester United that didn’t work out so I think it’d be good for him to stay in London.” Sarri may not be the man overseeing Chelsea’s summer transfer business, however, if reports are to be believed. It has been recently claimed Sarri will be dismissed from his post after next week’s Europa League final, with Frank Lampard understood to be Chelsea’s prime target to replace him.

Getty 3 Lampard is reportedly the leading contender to become Chelsea’s new manager “If Chelsea get a transfer ban, I can see why they’d go for Frank Lampard,” Hasselbaink continued. “But let’s not forget there’s a manager in place at the moment who hasn’t had a bad year. “It’s been difficult, but not bad. LIVE ON talkSPORT talkSPORT is your home of live football!

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But I can understand why they want to go for him, and he’s with former Chelsea youth coach Jody Morris who knows all of the young players so I can see why. “They would need to give him time to implement his way.” ” ” Josh Warrington has declared that he is closing in on unification fights to cement his status as a featherweight great. The previously unfancied ‘Leeds Warrior’ has already come a long way in his career, rising up through the ranks to shock Lee Selby and claim the IBF world title.

4 Josh Warrington hopes to add the WBA and Ring Magazine titles to his IBF Warrington then went on to beat Carl Frampton, again as underdog, to retain his belt and is now enjoying life as one of British boxing’s star men. “I’m honoured to be given such credit,” the 28-year-old exclusively told, “It’s nice to be recognised as one of the country’s up and coming fighters or whatever you want to call it. “It’s just an honour, 12 months ago I was just a ‘run-of-the-mill’ fighter and all of a sudden I’m spoke about in high regard. 4 Josh Warrington will face Kid Galahad in June “Beforehand it was about personal goals and goals for my friends and my family.

Now we’re talking along the lines of legacy. “Being able to go on and fight for other belts and unifying the division. We’ve had a fair few world champions over the past few years, but we haven’t had many unified world champions. “I think if you get to that stage in your career, then you go down as one of the best in [British] history and that’s not unrealistic, that’s all within touching distance.” FEATHERWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONS WBA – Leo Santa Cruz WBC – Gary Russell Jr IBF – Josh Warrington WBO – Oscar Valdez Warrington insists he is fully focussed on his next fight against mandatory challenger Kid Galahad, June 15, but is understandably dreaming of what could come next.

When asked which of his fellow champions he would ideally like to unify against, he quickly responded: “Santa Cruz, just because I feel like he’s the biggest name in the division. “He’s ranked number one in the Ring Magazine rankings and I’m ranked number two. “So beat him to get to the top and hopefully when you get to the top you get one of them Ring Magazine belts and they look lovely.” 4 Leo Santa Cruz is the WBA featherweight champion – a fight between him and Josh Warrington would also have the Ring Magazine belt at stake Following Warrington’s comprehensive victory over Frampton in December, the Belfast boxer considered retirement from the sport. However, he’s recently announced plans to fight on and has signed a co-promotional deal with Top Rank/ESPN alongside Frank Warren, with the aim of conquering Oscar Valdez for the WBO belt. If he does so, his old foe would happily welcome a rematch. getty 4 Josh Warrington and Carl Frampton waged 12 rounds of war last year “I hope that Carl does go on and win the world title,” Warrington continued. “If he can do that and I get another world title, then there’s three belts on the line in a big domestic rematch. “It’s mouth-watering, something people talk about for decades, never mind years.” “