- Maurizio Sarri would be on his way out of Chelsea at the end of the ongoing season
- This is according to former Arsenal star Perry Groves who says Sarri won't make the top four
- Sarri and his wards were beaten by Bournemouth in their last Premier League encounter
Former Arsenal star Perry Groves has explained that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri won't stay beyond the ongoing Premier League season at Stamford Bridge.
Maurizio Sarri has been under serious pressure since the Blues's defeat against Bournemouth in their last Premier League tie which was Chelsea's worst loss so far under Abramovich.
And even after the game, the former Napoli coach was said to have attacked his players in the dressing room claiming that they failed to follow instructions.
Chelsea are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League table, and there are now concerns that the Blues might not make the top four at the end of the season.
“I can’t see Chelsea coming in the top four, and if you don’t come in the top four, you’ll be gone,”
“After all the kerfuffle with Antonio Conte and the board, upsetting everybody and questioning the transfer policy, and with Jose Mourinho upsetting everybody before that.
''Sarri was brought in to just calm everything down and make it a little bit more serene – but you still have to win games.
“With a manager there’s a difference between having the courage of your convictions and being stubborn, being obstinate – now he’s doing that and the players aren’t having him,'' Perry Groves told talkSPORT’s Jim White.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Maurizio Sarri's record at Premier League giants Chelsea is now worse than that of former Blues' boss Luiz Felipe Scolari who was thrown out of the club 10 years ago.
Sarri and his wards at Stamford Bridge have played 24 games this season in the Premier League with 47 points and occupy fifth position on the table.
In 2009, Brazilian football manager Luiz Felipe Scolari was sacked at the stage Sarri is at Chelsea even 1 point more than the Italian.
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