- Sarri hails CR7, excited to work with the world-class player.
- Chelsea former boss aims to dig at Hazard.
Sarri has successfully switched loyalty to Turin, he completed his exit from Bridge last week.
But before then Hazard moved to Santiago Bernabeu in a luxurious deal, leaving Chelsea almost toothless for next season campaign.
The-28-year-old had an extraordinary season since recent years, he scored the most goals for Chelsea and made most assists.
Sarri gave his verdict on the Belgian star while they worked together at Chelsea saying;
We had to accommodate Hazard’s characteristics, as he could change the game, but also his presence caused issues in defending that we had to work on,”
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Sarri would have a much bigger gun at Juventus, he has Cristiano Ronaldo at his disposal an absolute world-class player.
The Italian manager is excited and can’t wait any longer to work with the Portuguese Star.
“I coached some very strong players, but training him will be yet another step forward,” he added.
“I’d like to help him break some new records.”
Frank Lampard has been speculated to be the favourite manager to replace Sarri and he’s expected to be announced soon at the Bridge.
The legendary midfielder has had only a year experience as a football manager but still manage to remain the most wanted man at Chelsea.
“He’s a true legend at Chelsea,”
Harry Redknapp told BBC Radio 5 Live.
“One of the greatest players in the club’s history.
“It may not come along again, you never know in football, the opportunity is there for him to go back now.
“He has a house around the corner from the training ground, his wife works in London.”
Frank Lampard would face an enormous task at his old club.
Chelsea has had a two-window transfer ban imposed on them by FIFA governing body and would not be able to sign any player this summer.
“It’s a no-lose situation unless he finishes outside the top six,” Redknapp added.
“Anything in the top six would be ok, but the Champions League would be a good season.
“No one is expecting him to finish first or second, third maybe. If he makes the Champions League next year, he’s going to be a success.”
We also reported; Zola to continue his managerial career at Juventus.
Chelsea and Sarri have agreed to part ways after one season in English top Division football, the latter will be joining Italian giants Juventus.
Former Blues player and Club legend Frank Lampard has emerged as the favourite to succeed the 60-year-old.
Another club legend whose future at the Bridge his uncertain is Gianfranco Zola. The Italian joined the managerial team at Stamford Bridge last summer to work alongside Sarrias an assistant manager.