Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Chelsea boss Sarri say he is loving life in the Premier League

Chelsea boss Sarri say he is loving life in the Premier League

Chelsea have been superb this season in the Premier League winning all their four games so far this term under new manager Maurizio Sarri.

The 59-year-old Italian, who was known for chain-smoking on the touchline and smoke about five packs every day during his time in Italy, says the only one person who can make him even think about quitting is his father, Amerigo.

Former Chelsea midfielder Claude Makelele believes it will be hard for Maurizio Sarri to win the Premier League in his first season, though he has backed the Italian to make history at Stamford Bridge.

"I think Chelsea changed a lot", said the former Chelsea midfielder.

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The Premier League is increasingly anxious how the league will be affected by Brexit, with particular concerns over which European players will be eligible for work permits.

Premier League clubs have used Article 19 to sign a series of European players aged 16 or 17 for cheap prices - notably Cesc Fabregas and Hector Bellerin, both of whom were signed by Arsenal.

Rabiot has been very good to start this season, better than all but seven Ligue 1 players in a small sample size. These kinds of players give a different story about Chelsea than the way we knew Chelsea before.

The 59-year-old Sarri will have a chance to extend the Blues' immaculate streak when they entertain newly-promoted Cardiff on Saturday as club football resumes following the worldwide break.

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