- Chris Sutton wants Maurizio Sarri to drop goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga from Chelsea game against Tottenham
- The ex-Blues forward claims Sarri will be deemed 'weak' if he starts the Spaniard ahead of Willy Caballero
- Chelsea will play host to Tottenham in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge tonight
Chris Sutton insists Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will be deemed too 'weak' to take decisive decisions if he hands Kepa Arrizabalaga a starting role starts against Tottenham in tonight’s Premier League clash.
According to The Mirror citing Daily Mail, the Spanish goalkeeper refused to be substituted during Chelsea’s EFL Cup final last Sunday, which the Blues eventually lost 4-3 in penalty shootout.
And ex-Chelsea legend Sutton reckons Sarri needs to teach the Spaniard some lessons of life by handing Willy Caballero a starters’ role against Spurs.
"If Sarri does not drop Kepa against Tottenham on Wednesday night, he will look weak. It would be him letting Kepa get his own way.
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"Who's in charge at Chelsea? It's like the inmates are running the asylum.
"If I was a senior member of the squad, I wouldn't be going to Sarri to say what I think, either, because it's not up to the players. It's up to the Italian to work it out for himself.
"Sarri should have come out and said, 'Yes, I intend to drop him against Tottenham'. It should be an easy decision,” Sutton was quoted as saying by the Daily Mail.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Maurizio Sarri insists he might drop under-fire rebel goalie Kepa Arrizabalaga after refusing to be replaced during Chelsea defeat by Man City in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final.
According to Daily Mail report, the 60-year-old Chelsea manager hinted he will endeavour to make the best decision on the club’s interest, before deciding if Arrizabalaga will not be considered for a starting spot against Tottenham in Wednesday’s Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge.
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