Maurizio Sarri calls Bayern Munich ‘unprofessional’ after Callum Hudson-Odoi pursuit
Jan 12 2019
"In my opinion we need two players and then it depends on the club's decision, I think. I don't know what to say". 'I don't know why someone would go to Bayern Munich'.
We'll have to wait and see how things develop but as much as Higuain would be an exciting addition for Chelsea, it would also be something of a risk to sign a 31-year-old who's never played in the Premier League and may take some time to adjust to life in England.
However, Sarri did effectively confirm it by stating that he wants replacements brought in for Fabregas and striker Alvaro Morata should they leave.
The 28-year-old often divides opinion at Stamford Bridge due to his inconsistent displays and whether he can be the left-back for the foreseeable future under Sarri remains to be seen. Sevilla and Atletico Madrid have been linked with the Spain striker. "He can do better because the potential is higher but he is really very important for us and it is impossible to lose him in January", said Sarri.
"At the moment Morata is here, so I think he has to think only to play".
"As you know very well, I am not involved in the market".
Sarri refused to comment on talk of a Chelsea swoop for his former Napoli striker GonzaloHiguain, who is on loan at AC Milan from Italian champions Juventus.
"At the moment, for his mental condition, he's not able to play". "I think at the moment my opinion is important for the club but of course I can not tell you 100% of my opinion".
Coach Maurizio Sarri is a fan of Willian, and although he thinks he can improve - he says he does not want to lose him.
After Eden Hazard was deployed as a "false nine" in Tuesday's Carabao Cup semi-final first leg loss to Tottenham, it appears Olivier Giroud is likely to start up front against the Magpies.
Maurizio Sarri has said he did not watch a single World Cup match this summer because he does not believe there is anything to learn from worldwide football. We need to improve in attacking the spaces.