Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has revealed that he takes very little interest in which players the clubs he manages sign and rather just concentrates on getting the best out of whatever players he is given.
Previous Chelsea managers Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte have previously clashed with the Stamford Bridge clubs board over recruitment, although judging by Sarri’s comments it seems unlikely that he will be falling out with his clubs hierarchy over their dealings in the transfer market.
“It’s possible this is a limitation of mine, but it’s what I’m like. I will train whoever I am given to work with, out of respect for those who must balance the books.’’ Sarri told Corriere dello Sport.
“My thoughts on the months dedicated to transfer negotiations are well known. I hate it all: summits, meetings, confrontations, a pain in the …. You reporters fill pages and hours of air time on the problems in Italian football, those unresolved and unresolvable issues.
“That’s the way you like it, but I can’t wait for the ball to get rolling on the turf, the joy of a training session.”