Conte pens farewell message to Chelsea

Conte pens farewell message to Chelsea

Conte pens farewell message to Chelsea

New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has spoken of his excitement at facing numerous world's leading managers now that he in charge of a Premier League side.

The holding player appearing in 133 Serie A games for Napoli during a four-year spell, and has also been capped for Italy.

The Italian manager gave his first interview since taking over at Stamford Bridge and spoke in near flawless English - though will take lessons having rather modestly suggested he has "lost everything" since living in London 30 years ago.

We only have three weeks before the transfer window closes and it will be a busy time for the Blues as we look to prepare for a proper challenge for the Premier League title.

Chelsea agreed to a deal with former Napoli midfielder Jorginho on Saturday.

The Italy global will wear No 5 at Chelsea and fans will have their first chance to see him in action when they play Perth Glory in a friendly in Australia on July 23. With the new manager at Chelsea already buying Jorginho from Napoli, the club now has an excess of players in central midfield.

The Conte-out Sarri-in move has been expected for some while now, after visible friction between the club and the manager for the majority of the season.

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Conte was axed last Friday, 55 days after leading the Blues to the FA Cup and a year after signing an improved contract, but not an extension, following the 2016-17 Premier League title success in his first campaign in England.

'I think with one or two adjustments we can try to play my football.

"I hope we can provide some entertaining football for our fans, and that we will be competing for trophies at the end of the season, which is what this club deserves", he added.

"Jorginho is not a physical player, he's a technical player", said Sarri.

"In the Premier League there are all the most important coaches in Europe, maybe in the world".

Reports all through Thursday, July, 12 said the Stamford Bridge outfit have terminated the contract of the 48-year-old after two years in charge.

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