Sarri warns Chelsea over Hazard and Willian deals.
Maurizio Sarri has reportedly told Chelsea he won’t be their next manager should they sell wingers Willian and Eden Hazard this summer.
The Blues were widely expected to name the Italian as their next managerial appointee but recent reports have also emerged the West Londoners could also be forced in departing with key players as rumours keep swirling over the futures of Willian, Hazard and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois
However, the quagmire surrounding the club has casted doubts on whether Sarri would actually be interested in taking up the reins and also considering that Antonio Conte still remains manager having overseen the early days of preseason training.
But Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo claims the reason why the deal has been prolonged is because the Italian has repeatedly told Chelsea’s owner Roman Abramovich his desire to coach Willian and Hazard.
The reports also claim the Napoli manager has warned the Russian Oil Magnate that he would not take charge of the first team should they have any intention of letting either of the players depart Stamford bridge.
Barcelona have reportedly enquired about the possibility of luring hazard to Spain amid claims the Belgian is keen on spring out his future at the end of the World Cup
While Willian has been linked with a reunion with Mourinho at Manchester United after having his best season in England under the tutelage of the Portuguese tactician.