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Sarri set to raid Napoli after Chelsea appointment

22 June 2018

After the match, Koulibaly who plays for Italian club Napoli hinted that his former boss Maurizio Sarri is set to be appointed Chelsea's new boss.

The defender played in Senegal's 2-1 victory over Poland at the World Cup in Russian Federation and made the revelation when speaking to journalists after the game.

Kalidou Koulibaly is confident Maurizio Sarri will be a success at Chelsea and believes the former Napoli coach would "change" the style of football at Stamford Bridge.

Mertens starred under Sarri last season, scoring 21 goals in all competitions for the Serie A side as they finished second behind Juventus.

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It is not yet clear what will happen to Chelsea's current manager Antonio Conte with the club undecided on his future but it now appears nearly certain that Sarri will be at Stamford Bridge next season.

Golovin's potential has caught the attention of several Premier League clubs with the Express claiming that Arsenal and Manchester United have held a long-standing interest in the midfielder while Italian champions Juventus have also been linked more recently. "It's disappointing that he leaves like this".

'I hope he [Maurizio Sarri] will win something with Chelsea because he is a nice coach.

"When a person like this comes to a new club, he needs time".

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Gianfranco Zola's agent has said he has not yet had any contact with Chelsea amid reports that Zola left his role as a pundit on Tuesday to fly to London.

Chelsea could have to pay £4.5m if they were to employ Sarri before July 1 but that figure would go up to £7m after that date.

The coach is known to be a master tactician and would also work well within the structure of the club's transfer policy.

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Sarri set to raid Napoli after Chelsea appointment