I’ll be back next season? Sarri opens up and drops massive hint on Chelsea future

Chelsea have a massive hint that they are prepared to stick with Maurizio Sarri beyond the end of this season.

Sarri only arrived at Stamford Bridge during last summers transfer window, but there has already been a lot of speculation that he is just a few results away from getting the sack and being replaced by Zinedine Zidane.

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Zidane is a man in demand and has been on the radar of the club for some time now, after he impressed during his spell at Real Madrid and guiding the Spaniards to three successive Champions League titles, the only boss to do such a feat in the modern day era.

It is believed the Frenchman wants to test himself in the Premier League and would be open to a move to the club, if he was handed the kind of funds that would help him get the club back into the habit of challenging for a top four spot.

However, Sarri has suggested he will remain at Stamford Bridge this summer by confirming he’s spoken to the club about their plans this summer.

‘I feel the same as before, but happier because the results are positive,’ Sarri told Sky Italia.

‘When everyone talked about my dismissal, I was talking with the club to plan the team for next season, so I was always relaxed.’

Should we give Sarri more of a chance.

It is no secret that Sarri has made a few tactical decisions that have caused many in the media to question whether or not he has what it takes to compete with the likes of Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and even Mauricio Pochettino.

But he is a world class boss and a great man manager, so given the time and funds he can turn us into the best side in the Premier League and maybe take us to that next level in the Champions League.

Changing manager now may not be the best idea, especially with the transfer ban just around the corner.

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