- Chelsea fans are selling their seats in protest against manager Maurizio Sarri
- Thousand of fans are planning to boycott Chelsea's next three homes games in April
- This will no doubt put Sarri under more pressure and move the italian closer to Chelsea exit
Chelsea supporters are keen on ending Maurizio Sarri's reign at Stamford Bridge with hundreds of season-ticket holders set to boycott upcoming Premier League games.
According to Daily Mail report, some fans have opted to sell off their seats, resulting to low turnout experienced at Chelsea last home tie against Wolves
And in the coming month, more are expected to miss out against Brighton, West Ham and Burnley when thy visits at Stamford Bridge.
The report further revealed that the latest step will add more pressure on Sarri as the fans insists on the club board to the fire the Italian.
At the last count, over 400 season-ticket owners listed their seats for sale on the club's official exchange service for West Ham on Wednesday night. That is despite the clash on April 8 being a London derby.
Another 700 are also selling off tickets for Burnley’s visit on April 22.
Meanwhile, other fans have already sold their tickets on the club's exchange.
Chelsea will battle Brighton on April 3 in their next home game. The west London outfit disclosed the new date for that fixture on Tuesday afternoon and equally hinted that about 150 fans have listed their seats for sale within 12 hours.
Chelsea are sixth in the Premier League with eight games to go after losing 2-0 at Everton last Sunday
However, Chelsea are still battling for the Champions League spot, with just four points between them and third-placed Tottenham.
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In addition, the Blues are also through to Europa League's quarter-finals, where they will battle Slavia Prague, and have a favourable route towards making the final in Baku.
But the growing number of Chelsea tickets at the club's exchange suggests fans are no longer confident in Sarri’s ability.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri could still be sacked at the end of this season following his side's 2-0 defeat to Everton at Goodison Park. Richarlison and Gylfi Sigurdsson were responsible for the two goals that sank the Blues in Sunday's tough clash.
The defeat also put their top four ambition in doubt as they remain sixth on the log with three points behind Arsenal after 30 round of matches.
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