What Sarri said about Roma move following FIFA transfer ban


chelsea boss, sarri on FIFA transfer band

Chelsea manager,Maurizio Sarri has says he will love to remain at Chelsea beyond the summer despite his club facing FIFA transfer ban.

Having booked a spot in Champions League campaign next season with a victory over Watford on Sunday,there have been speculations of discontent from the stands seeking his replacement.

With a two-window transfer ban upheld against them by FIFA Sarri insist he wants to remain at Stamford Bridge.

‘I like to stay here. If I can, I like to stay here,’ he told a press conference when asked about interest from Roma in his services.

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Jokingly Sarri said he could stay in the Premier League and ‘try with another English club’ if Chelsea were to sack him.

He however believes Chelsea cannot catch runaway Premier League pacesetters Manchester City and Liverpool if their FIFA transfer ban stands.

”It’s very difficult to cover the gap at the moment; we need to work, probably we need to do something from the market,’ said Sarri.

”So it’s not easy, because the level of the top two is very, very high. As we can see in Europe so it’s not easy.

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”Of course we have to work and we have to try. In my opinion we can reduce the gap.

”I don’t believe when you buy 10 players, I think that we have to buy only one, two players. Otherwise it’s very difficult to improve immediately.

”I think we are a very good team, so we need only one, two players, no more.,he said.


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