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Sarri’s statement clearly indicates that he would leave chelsea

Timothy Aiyeku

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The latest statement credited to West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has given a clearer hint that he would not be staying at the club for another season.

The Italian boss was given the job at the Stamford Bridge in the last summer after parting ways with Italian Serie A side Napoli but there are fears that the relationship would be ending after a year owing to the pressure.

Chelsea owner has considered sacking Maurizio Sarri, giving reasons that the former Napoli boss has got a bad relationship with fans.

Maurizio Sarri led Chelsea into winning the Europa League title against Arsenal as well as finished third in the Premier League table but that is nowhere close to appealing to the fans to be in the better side of their heart.

The Chelsea boss has therefore been linked with a return to Italy as it is claimed that Serie A champions Juventus want to secure his service after parting ways with Max Allegri.

In an interview, while reposing to questions surrounding his future at Chelsea, Maurizio Sarri stated that he cannot be called a traitor by Napoli fans for joining Juventus, stressing that an individual in Napoli had prevailed his individual objective over the collective objective.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.