Former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has reflected on his exit from Stamford Bridge and admitted that he was at odds with some of the players from the club.
The Blues are in the top position to sign Leicester City defender Ben Chilwell if the transfer ban sanctioned against them is overturned.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has finally signed a new contract with Chelsea. The young midfielder has agreed to the new five-year deal with the Blues which will run until 2024.
Chelsea have such a surplus in the midfield department that the Blues are letting Danny Drinkwater leave Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has insisted that former Blues manager Maurizio Sarri was not his friend. The Spaniard joined the West London side last summer from Napoli and arrived along with Sarri. Because of the fact that he arrived along with Sarri, many fans and pundits essentially viewed Jorginho as a “Sarri signing” with his performances arguably being more scrutinized than other players.
Chelsea and Brazilian star, Willian, are said to have reached an agreement, extending the strikers’ contract for another year.
The Blues have convinced 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi to stay at Stamford Bridge. According to reports, the young star has agreed to a five-year contract amounting to more than £100,000 a week.
N’Golo Kante has returned to the United Kingdom after complications arose from an injury he sustained earlier this year.
Chelsea star Willian has wished Maurizio Sarri all the best ahead of his new role as Juventus manager. The 60-year-old Sarri left Stamford Bridge this summer in order to take charge of the Old Lady of Italian Football.
Maurizio Sarri had already left Stamford Bridge for Juventus, and the Blues are feeling the pressure to have someone who can steer the team this coming season. Among the notable names that have been popping up is former Chelsea player, Frank Lampard.
Maurizio Sarri, who recently exited Chelsea in order to become manager of Juventus, is aiming to sign Jorginho and Emerson Palmieri from his former employers, according to a report published by The Sun.
As the time for transfers and changes has arrived, Chelsea seems to be undergoing some major reconstruction as well. What will be of greater concern to Chelsea fans is that it could also be the last time that Eden Hazard plays for the club. Zinedine Zidane has made the Belgian his number one transfer target this summer and with just a year left on his contract, it seems as though Hazard’s annual link to Real Madrid could finally come to fruition.
Juventus superstar and main man Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly given the green light for the club to sign Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri as their next head coach.
Maurizio Sarri is expected to leave Chelsea and join Juventus this summer, according to widespread media reports.
It seems that Derby County already have someone on their mind should Frank Lampard leave for Chelsea.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho believes that the club have had a good season. The Blues were never really in contention to win the Premier League title this season but did manage to secure a third-place finish, reach the final of the League Cup, which they lost against Manchester City, and win the Europa League.
The Europa League champions are reportedly eyeing Brazilian international Philippe Coutinho to replace Eden Hazard – if they can overturn the transfer embargo slapped against them.
Following the Europa League final, Real Madrid are expected to make a new offer to Chelsea for Eden Hazard. In the coming days, Los Blancos will most likely make a €120 million (£106 million) bid for the winger.
Ahead of their Europa League final victory over Arsenal, Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri announced that he would be sorting his future with the club after the game in Baku.
Frank Lampard has ended all speculation linking him to return at Stamford Bridge after Derby bowed out in the Championship play-off final.
Several senior players are not going to be happy if Maurizio Sarri remains as manager of Chelsea.
Despite his solid performance as Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri’s reign at Stamford Bridge seems to be coming to an end.
Former Chelsea star Wayne Bridge is surprised that Maurizio Sarri is not yet sacked as Blues manager. The Italian was appointed as manager of the West London club last summer following the sacking of Antonio Conte. He made a promising start to life as manager of the club but things underwent a downward spiral at the end of 2018.
Maurizio Sarri’s performances during his first season as Blues manager are largely viewed with mixed reaction from Chelsea fans. Many feel that the former Napoli boss has done well to take the club to the final of the Europa League as well as to a top-four finish. Others feel that he should have managed to challenge for other major trophies apart from the Europa League.
Chelsea sealed a place in the top four and next seasons Champions League following their 3-0 win over Watford at the weekend. The season has been one of highs and lows for the Blues and there was talk that Sarri could be sacked during the low points.