Maurizio Sarri reportedly claims he isn't scared to be sacked at Chelsea

Maurizio Sarri reportedly claims he isn't scared to be sacked at Chelsea

- Maurizio Sarri who is Chelsea's manager is reportedly not scared of being sacked

- According to the former Napoli manager, he has no say in the Blues' transfer market

- Watford manager Javi Gracia has been linked with Chelsea as replacement for Sarri

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is reportedly happy to be kicked out of the club by the Blues' chiefs after unimpressive start to life in the Premier League.

Since replacing Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, Maurizio Sarri has failed to win the hearts of Chelsea fans as the club are on the verge of missing Champions League games next season.

Chelsea's defeat against rivals Liverpool did them no favor in their fight to finish among the top four as they currently occupy fifth position on the Premier League standings.

And according to UK Sun citing journalist Duncan Castles, Maurizio Sarri is fed up at Chelsea and doesn't like the fact he has no say in who the club signs.

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"I have been informed by a couple of sources that Sarri is not against being sacked by Chelsea.

“He’s not enjoying his time in London, he’s not enjoying working at the club, he finds the distance between himself and the ownership immense and feels he has no proper say in the transfer market.

“His argument is the way he plays football is fine, it’s merely an issue with personnel - if he had better personnel the results would be better to the point where he would be happy to lose his job,'' Duncan Castles explained according to UK Sun.

Apart from Chelsea fighting to finish among the top four this season, the Blues are still in the race to win the 2018/19 Europa League title.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Maurizio Sarri declared he will not be leaving Chelsea for Roma after speculation about his future at Stamford Bridge.

The ex-Napoli boss has come under immense criticisms following his side's poor form since the beginning of the New Year.

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