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SportSarri hints he wants to stay at Chelsea

13:45  03 may  2019
13:45  03 may  2019 Source:   readsport.co

Maurizio Sarri wants to stay at Chelsea next season

Maurizio Sarri wants to stay at Chelsea next season Maurizio Sarri has revealed he is hoping to stay at Chelsea next season and believes the Blues will be title challengers in the next two seasons with their current squad. Sarri’s side are currently in fourth place in the Premier League as they look to qualify for the Champions League next season, and victory over Watford on Sunday would move the Blues up into third. The Italian’s future at Stamford Bridge has been under intense scrutiny in the second half of this season following an inconsistent campaign, but Sarri revealed he is keen to extend his stay as Chelsea boss, according to Goal, who cite Gazetta dello Sport.

Chelsea could be buoyed by Gonzalo Higuain’s words that he may be willing to stay at the club beyond his loan deal from Juventus. He has shown early signs that he could prove to be a success at Stamford Bridge under Maurizio Sarri , despite scoring only three goals in eight appearances in all

New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri would like to sign a new central midfielder in the transfer window but suggested he wants to keep Gary Cahill. The 59-year-old was appointed as Antonio Conte's successor on a three-year deal last Saturday and has been tipped to bring a number of players to Stamford

Sarri hints he wants to stay at Chelsea © Alexander Scheuber/Getty Images Sport Chelsea Press Conference

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has suggested that his future is with Chelsea as his first season in England comes to a close.

Sarri joined the club in the summer after leaving Italian side Napoli but has received mixed reviews since arriving at Stamford Bridge.

Sarri hints he wants to stay at Chelsea © Alexander Scheuber/Getty Images Sport Alexander Scheuber/Getty Images Sport

The Italian however currently sees his side sitting in fourth place, two points ahead of Arsenal who occupy fifth.

Sarri has also guided his team to the semi-final’s of the Europa League, with Chelsea drawing 1-1 against Eintracht Frankfurt as the London club take an away goal with them back to England.

Giroud will stay at Chelsea, insists Sarri

Giroud will stay at Chelsea, insists Sarri Despite being unhappy with how much time he is getting on the pitch at Chelsea, Olivier Giroud will not be allowed to leave.

New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri would like to sign a new central midfielder in the transfer window but suggested he wants to keep Gary Cahill. The 59-year-old was appointed as Antonio Conte's successor on a three-year deal last Saturday and has been tipped to bring a number of players to Stamford

Maurizio Sarri may have surprised Chelsea fans with his latest comments surrounding the future of Eden Hazard, the Belgian is a prime target for Spanish giants Real Madrid. According to The Sun, Maurizio Sarri would only like an Eden Hazard with a “high level of motivation” to stay at Chelsea

According to the Calcio Mercato, Sarri has stressed his desire to remain as the Blues boss next season and indicates that he will.

“Will I stay here for sure next season? As far as I am concerned, yes.”

“I like it very much the atmosphere in English football, with all the stadiums always full. The Premier League is a beautiful championship with a highly competitive level.”

Chelsea face Watford at Stamford Bridge on Sunday as they look for another three points with a top-four finish in their sights. The Blues then host Eintracht Frankfurt in the second leg of their Europa League semi-final on Thursday.

Sarri unsure over Chelsea stay.
Maurizio Sarri admits he is not sure whether he will still be Chelsea head coach next season, despite achieving the club's aim of returning to the Champions League. The Blues ended their Premier League campaign with a 0-0 draw at Leicester on Sunday that, thanks to Tottenham's failure to beat Everton, secured third position and a place in the Champions League next season. Sarri also led Chelsea to the Carabao Cup final, where they lost to Manchester City, and the Europa League final against Arsenal later this month.

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