Maurizio Sarri Seeking Crunch Talks with Willian Over Delayed Arrival
02 August, 2018, 22:04 | Author: George Williams
Sky Sports even reported that Chelsea had rejected as many as three bids from the Catalan club this transfer window, as they intend to keep him for the next season.
Stamford Bridge youngsters are used to picking up their first-team opportunities on loan, however, Sarri has said Hudson-Odoi will stick with him for the coming campaign.
Sarri is also set to meet up with Chelsea star players Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois for the first time.
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There were 38 players used by Unai Emery and Maurizio Sarri in last night's London derby.
But there was one massive bonus to come out of the match for Chelsea in the form of Callum Hudson-Odoi. "I am not happy about this situation but before I answer, I would like to speak to him".
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Asked if he found Willian's reason for returning late unusual, Sarri replied: "I think so".
"I don't know if they will play this season in the Premier League", the Italian admitted, "but I know that these names will be very famous in the next years". Callum debuted in Premier League with Chelsea last season and goes on to play once more for the team past year. The way he plays suits the way I play because I like to get on the ball a lot, go forward and keep attacking, I either stay in the pockets or stay wide.
Kalidou Koulibaly and Dries Mertens were among the other players linked with treading that same path, though it seems that a written contract clause prevented the FA Cup holders from prising away more of Carlo Ancelotti's top talents. "In the future he will be a very, very strong player for sure".
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The party now has an unassailable majority at 109 seats, while MDC-Alliance has 41, NPF has one seat and one independent. The police deployed 71‚000 officers countrywide ahead of the high stakes elections held on Monday.
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