Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry joining Chelsea coaching staff

  • Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry joining Chelsea coaching staff

Maurizio Sarri open to John Terry joining Chelsea coaching staff

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says he is open to the idea of former captain John Terry joining the coaching staff at Stamford Bridge.

"There was no particular desire to go somewhere after the World Cup", Kante told RMC Sport. "It's up to him, I am very open with him because of his history with the club". There was some contact with PSG, yes.

Speaking in an interview with BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Like Liverpool and Watford, Chelsea have got a 100 per cent record from their first four league games and I see that flawless start continuing here".

"I am with Chelsea - staying with Chelsea is good for me".

Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri, has warned his players about the dangers of worldwide breaks ahead of Saturday's clash against Cardiff City.

'The two teams to watch this year are Manchester City and Liverpool, ' he added. "Not really, because tomorrow (today) is a very hard game, a very hard match", Sarri told press conference ahead of Chelsea's Premier League fixture with Cardiff.

Sarri has enjoyed a fast start in his initial campaign in England as the Blues recorded four wins on-the-trot in as many Premier League games. "We need another step to be at the same level", said the Blues head coach.

Sarri spent the September worldwide break in England, dividing his time between walking his dog Ciro around the large garden of his new house a short drive from Chelsea's training ground in Surrey - "Similar to my name", he joked - and studying video of his team's upcoming opponents.

"For sure he will be a point of reference for me, for everybody here [if he returned]".

'I hope, in the future, I will be able to give him space, and give a space to Odoi and Loftus-Cheek. I think it is right that he tries to play.

"My feeling is that now we are not a very solid team in the defensive phase". If he wants to help us I am happy [for him to do so].