Chelsea Manager To Discuss Future After Europa League Final

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri plans to discuss with the club’s hierarchy after Europa League final to inquireif they want him to remain in charge next season.

In a statement on Wednesday.“I will speak to the club as I want to see if they are happy with me or not, I have two more years on my contract.” he said.

Sarri’s side recovered from a mid-season slump in time to secure Champions League next season via a third-placed finish in the Premier League, and could end the season with a trophy when they face Arsenal in Baku on May 29.

Sarri insisted any decision on his future should not be base on the outcome of the Europa League final.

“Ten months of work and then I have to play everything in 90 minutes, that is not right. You are either happy about my work or not happy.”

“If the situation is like this then I want to go immediately,” he said.

“We finished third in the Premier League, final of League Cup, a very difficult competition, now we have the possibility to play the final of the Europa League.

However, Sarri’s style of football has not been universally embraced by the Chelsea fans during his first season in-charge and rumours in his homeland have linked the former Napoli boss with the vacant managerial roles at Juventus and Roma.

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