Maurizio Sarri wants to focus on the here and now, and not his long-term future as Chelsea manager.
Chelsea have reacted angrily to FIFA's decision to deny a formal request to pause the transfer ban handed to the club last month.
Chelsea hoped they would have the opportunity to buy players this summer while they appealed the punishment, given to the club after FIFA adjudged they had breached its transfer regulations related to the signing of 29 players under the age of 18.
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