Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says it is in his thoughts to finish his career with Napoli as he is a fan of the Italian club.
The Italian coach left the Azzurri to move to Stamford Bridge last summer and things: the Premier League start was really good for him as he has 100% record with four wins from the first four games.
Sarri signed a three-year deal less than 24 hours after Antonio Conte was sacked, but he says he only found out of his own dismissal after watching the news on TV:
“It’s true, I found out that I wasn’t the Napoli coach anymore by seeing it on television,” he told to Naples newspaper Il Mattino.
“I had some doubts, that’s fair, but there was a clause in the contract and it wasn’t something I had asked for.
“It was not respected in the timing. Now I hope that Ancelotti can achieve what I came so close to.
“It would have been the crowning of an extraordinary story, of a dream of mine, of the team and of the whole city. Of course I happen to relive moments here, in every moment. words, but those who have done sport know that we have lost the Scudetto in the hotel.
“I hope for the city, for the fans, Napoli is an extraordinary city, it deserves to win the Scudetto, I am a Napoli fan, I am happy that Carlo is now the coach because he has not only won everywhere, but It is always done well by everyone, it means that human and professional qualities are extraordinary.”
When asked if he got the chance to say a final goodbye to the players, Sarri replied:
“No, it all happened quickly, but I want to do it right now, and I say:” You are extraordinary guys, keep it up because you can do it to conquer that dream that we have touched.
“It may be the goal to finish my career at Napoli.”