Chelsea were given a transfer ban in 2009 after there was a complaint about the youth player Gael Kakuta joining illegally two years earlier.
Chelsea have been found to have breached article 19 of FIFA's regulations after 29 minor players were registered incorrectly or illegally.
The Blues have been sanctioned after breaching rules regarding registering players under the age of 18.
This puts Chelsea in an incredibly hard situation regarding signing players but some fans believe it could be a chance for the club to finally put their faith in some of the young players at the club.
Federation Internationale de Football Association have issued Chelsea with a £460,000 fine and issued the following statement.
The club have been sanctioned for breaching Federation Internationale de Football Association rules regarding the global transfer and registration of players under the age of 18.
Chelsea FC have been banned from registering any new players for the next two transfer windows.
'The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has sanctioned the English club Chelsea FC and The Football Association for breaches relating to the worldwide transfer and registration of players under the age of 18, ' a statement read.
In addition, the club has also been fined 600,000 Swiss francs (R8.4m) but they can still appeal against the world governing body's decision. "This ban applies to the club as a whole - with the exception of the women's and futsal teams - and does not prevent the release of players". It was fined CHF 510,000 and given a period of six months to address the situation concerning the worldwide transfer and first registration of minors in football.
However, the biggest complication could be over Eden Hazard.
But it could mean that Chelsea will be even more reluctant to sell their star man knowing they won't be able to replace him.
The same stands for Callum Hudson-Odoi, who handed in a transfer request in January in a bid to force through a move to Bayern Munich.