Chelsea’s plan to hire a new manager may be scuppered by the transfer ban imposed on the club, according to Jamie Redknapp.With results not going as planned on the pitch, Chelsea were further plunged into crisis with a transfer ban by FIFA just two days before their Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.Sky Sports News reports that the punishments was a result of a three-year FIFA investigation related to the signing of more than a dozen players by Chelsea.They will be able to sell players, but not register any new ones. However, any thoughts Chelsea had of changing their head coach will have to be revised now, according to Redknapp.“Difficult times ahead for Chelsea,” Redknapp told Sky Sports. “They might be able to appeal that, but the worry is where does this stop. They will feel like they have been picked on a little bit.“If you are a young player at the club, though, then this is music to your ears and is a really big opportunity for a lot of these young players. There are no excuses for these young players now.“If they do go for a new manager, they are going to have to go for someone who buys into their youth system. Whether that is a legend of the club, like Frank Lampard, they will have to turn to youth.Sarri: “Cristiano Ronaldo is the strongest player in the world” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri has no doubts that Cristiano Ronaldo is the main man at Juventus, and plans to the star give more freedom to exploit his talents to their fullest extent.🗣️ #CFC transfer ban “could force club to stick with Sarri”, says @Sjopinion10https://t.co/KeBOEEujxg— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) February 22, 2019“Sarri isn’t that type of manager, but I don’t blame him, because you are under so much pressure at Chelsea to win, you haven’t got the time to blood young players.“Pochettino has that luxury, as he knows he is not going to get sacked. At Chelsea you have a bad eight months you get sacked.”A win for Chelsea in the Carabao Cup finals on Sunday will be the first trophy won by Sarri and that could go a long way to reduce the pressure at Stamford Bridge.