Chelsea returned to winning ways on Wednesday night as they beat Tottenham 2-0 at Stamford Bridge. All eyes were on who Maurizio Sarri would select in goal for the clash as he opted to drop Kepa Arrizabalaga following his Wembley strop and replaced him with Willy Caballero. But before the encounter at Stamford Bridge, there was a particularly embarrassing moment for the Blues. Chelsea’s official Twitter account asked the club’s supporters who they should sign in the close season – providing a link to a Media Watch section on their website. The article suggested Cheslea were looking at AC Milan centre back Alessio Romagnoli as a potential target. The issue, of course, is that FFIA imposed Chelsea with a transfer ban less than a week ago. FIFA announced that Chelsea would be banned from signing players in the next two transfer windows after they were found guilty of breaching rules regarding overseas players under the age of 18. Chelsea said they “categorically refute” the findings and would appeal – but the tweet still caused outrage among fans. The victory over Spurs saw Chelsea close the gap on their London rivals in the battle to finish in the top four. It was the perfect response to the Carabao Cup final defeat and Sarri hailed the performance of his players. It was really very important tonight because we’re fighting for the top four,” said Sarri. I don’t know but I think maybe with this result we could involve Tottenham in this fight. The gap is very large, seven points, but we have one match [in hand].” “In this job you are under pressure every week, if you’re lucky every six months. It’s normal.If you lose two matches, three matches in a row you’re under pressure. I think it’s normal for every coach, maybe something more in Chelsea.”.Get Chelsea latest news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing.