Fifa's are reportedly attempting to bring in new laws which would restrict the amount of players clubs can have out on loan.
The aim would be to "guarantee the sports equality between clubs" and to stop clubs, particularly in England and Italy, signing large numbers of players and loaning them out immediately.
Federation Internationale de Football Association are reportedly set to introduce a rule that will cap the number of players a club is allowed to loan per season, which could have huge implications for Chelsea.
Only 16 of Chelsea's 40 loanees would be exempt from the proposed restriction, meaning that Maurizio Sarri would have to reduce the remaining 24 players all the way down to eight.
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.
Chelsea have a famously close relationship with Eredivisie club Vitesse Arnhem and have three players - Eduardo, Charly Musonda and Jake Clarke-Salter - now plying their trade for the Dutch team.
Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino hinted at the rule change earlier this year when he said that "it is important to establish a few rules as a limitation of squad sizes or the number of players out on loan".
The document battle stemmed from Kavanaugh's unusually long paper trail following his years in the Bush White House. Some Democratic senators weren't reassured, pointing to mass school shootings committed with semi-automatic rifles.
Cleaner Akwo Kwame Johnson, from neighbouring Ivory Coast said he wanted to pay his last respects to " our great father ". Scores of world leaders past and present, as well as royalty, are expected in Accra for Annan's funeral on Thursday.
There was better news for the other Weah in action, though, as teenager Timothy helped U.S. record a 1-0 triumph over Mexico. As expected, his every touch and movement were reportedly greeted with cheers and jubilation form the home fans.
Loesch then added sarcastically: 'Thomas the Tank Engine has been a blight on race relations for far too long. A majority of Loesch's fury was directed towards the introduction of Nia - a steam engine from Kenya.
Water kills more people in hurricanes than wind, and he said it will still be an extremely unsafe storm for rain and storm surge. At 4am BST Wednesday the "monster" storm was centred 670 miles southeast of Cape Fear, North Carolina, moving at 17 mph.
Sand bags surround homes on North Topsail Beach, N.C., on Wednesday as Hurricane Florence threatens the coast. The town also has enacted an 8 p.m curfew starting Thursday night that will remain in place indefinitely.
At Barcelona they want De Jong to add to the midfield, he has similar qualities to Busquets but is better at arriving in the box. De Jong began his career with Willem II Tilburg in 2015, making his debut against FC Den Haag in May of that year.
The last talks, between mid-level United States and Chinese officials on 22 and 23 August, failed to reach any agreement. Such a meeting could take place in Washington or Beijing, though the timing is unclear, according to informed sources.
The nation's largest state now gets just over one-third of its energy from wind, solar or geothermal power, according to the U.S. Senate Bill 100 raises the state's already ambitious goals for producing electricity from wind, solar and other green sources.
Patriots RB Rex Burkhead in concussion protocol
Farrow spent past year on the injured reserve, but in 2016 he ran for 192 yards on 60 carries with the then San Diego Chargers. The team did add running back Kenneth Farrow to the practice squad Wednesday, releasing wide receiver Jace Billingsley.
U.S. Open chair umpire Carlos Ramos says he is 'fine'
Williams told Ramos. "You owe me an apology". "He did what he had to do in that match , because she overcame the limit". Yet again, it was a privileged group trying to minimise a voice, attempting to keep politics out of sport at all costs.
Turkey stuns market with massive interest rate hike
The move comes as Turkey's currency has lost nearly a third of its value against the dollar since January. Erdoğan has always been pressuring the bank to keep interest rates low to encourage economic growth.
McDonald’s workers set to strike over sexual harassment
The company also told the AP that it has begun to work with outside experts to "evolve" those policies and procedures. Thus far, the almost year-old #MeToo movement has not triggered a strike targeting a specific United States company.