Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has revealed that the reason why he avoids Chelsea stars Victor Moses and Danny Drinkwater in his selections for first team is not because they are bot good players.
Sarri explained that the duo cannot fit into his formation which makes them unused in serious games except for other smaller games like in the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup.
Both players are out of favour at the Stamford Bridge since the arrival of the Italian manager and it has been an issue for them both as they consider a move away from the club.
Sarri explained that the situation is unlikely to change because Drinkwater is only suitable when used with two midfielders which he will not be seen in his formation while Moses’ position is not defined as either a winger or a fullback.
He hints that the only option for them is to either leave on a permanent move or secure loan moves elsewhere as he stated that the chances of breaking into his current team is unlikely.
Sarri advised both players to improve in their game and characteristics to be able to fit into his pattern and style which he has established already in the team.