Sarri announces ‘two or three’ loanees interesting him and agent tells Chelsea Bale could make Prm return
Maurizio has admitted there is at least three Chelsea loan players that he has been impressed with.
We will now not be able to acquire new players during the summer transfer window after FIFA rejected our latest appeal, meaning Sarri will not be able to improve his squad in the next two windows.
We currently have 41 players out on loan and it has been suggested they could become useful if the club fail to overturn their transfer embargo, which they have once again appealed.
And Sarri has admitted that there at least three players ‘who are very interesting’ telling the Sky Sports website “I like to work with young players. So for me it is not a problem.
“Every month I get a report about the players on loan. We have 45 or 46 players on loan. Of course, we need to consider who is ready, but at the moment I want to be focused on the semi-final.
“There are two or three loan players who are very interesting, of course. But we need to consider their level.”
Meanwhile,The agent of Gareth Bale has admitted the Welshman could leave Real Madrid for the Premier League, at the right price.
Bale has had another indifferent season with the Spaniards, which has been plagued by injuries, with many fans unhappy with the winger after failing to fill the boots which were left by Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and sis performances and unhappiness at the club has led to speculation in the media that he could be sold in the summer.
And now his agent Barnett has admitted that Bale could return to the Premier League at some point in the future.
It is no secret that Chelsea have been eyeing up a possible move for the Welshman, as there is a big feeling that they will need to splash the cash and land an adequate replacement for Eden Hazard, with Real Madrid confident they can secure a transfer deal in the summer window.
A smiling Barnett said on the Sky Sports website: “It certainly is possible, if somebody puts their hand in their pocket and pays us what we think he deserves.
“It is going to be a lot of money!”