Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri 'not happy' over Willian situation

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri 'not happy' over Willian situation

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri 'not happy' over Willian situation

Chelsea have been warned about a potential swap deal that would see Willian join Manchester United and Anthony Martial head in the opposite direction by ex-Liverpool player Steve Nicol.

On Wednesday night, Emery got the better of Sarri with Arsenal winning their International Champions Cup clash on penalties.

Sarri and Mourinho will lock horns for the first time as Coaches in the Premier League this season, and the former Inter boss believes the ex-Napoli tactician will suit his old club's "fantastic" squad.

"I'm feeling very good", Pedro said via the club's website. "We pressed together, recovered the ball very quickly and play with very good possession to create chances, and this is the way for us for the future". "He will stay with us for all the season", he said.

"Every time he went one versus one against the defender he was creating problems".

If things work out for him, it will be great. "We are trying to do it".

That form managed to earn him a place in Belgium's World Cup squad, and also seems to have convined Sarri that the 24 year-old needs to be kept at the "Blues".

Willian also now faces a delayed re-integration back into the side, who face Manchester City in the Community Shield on Sunday. And it's not only that, it appears that he will continue to be a part of Sarri's first team plans when the upcoming Premier League season kicks off on August 11. You know exactly what you are getting from Willian. I want to speak to him.

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