Sarri: I'd quit Chelsea if job rested on UEL final

Sarri: I'd quit Chelsea if job rested on UEL final

On the other hand, Sarri has had a mixed time of it during his first season in the Premier League.

Sarri batted away questions about reported interest from Juventus in appointing him as their new coach this summer, and would not be drawn on when - or if - he will sit down with the Chelsea hierarchy to discuss his future at the club.

According to the Independent the Turin side will target Spurs boss Pochettino, who has this season led the club to their first ever Champions League final.

"So probably the emotions weren't flowing through the laptop as much as they would normally be, but there was one of disappointment that Villa didn't go up because even though I was Brentford manager, they've always been my team".

Jorginho - who followed Sarri to Chelsea from Napoli - was asked if he would continue his relationship with the 60-year-old if he departed London and the Italy midfielder told Sky Sport Italia: "I have four years on my contract with Chelsea". "Ten months of work and then I have to play everything in 90 minutes, that is not right".

"If they do get promotion, then hopefully we can do it ourselves next season and join them in the Premier League, to resume the rivalry there". "You are either happy about my work or not happy". "It's very exciting to be here, but now it's time to think only about the final".

The move would come five years after he was released by Chelsea as a player before he signed for Premier League rivals Manchester City.

"I'm very happy to stay".

"You have got to try and treat it as normal as possible; that is easier said than done, but with the group we have got, I think we have shown we can handle the big stage". Now our feeling is we deserve to win. "There are great players here and we can bring the trophy home". From a selfish point of view, it's good to have the East Midlands rivalry and we want that again next season.

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