Maurizio Sarri has opened up on the regret he feels in pushing to leave Chelsea after only a season at Stamford Bridge, calling the decision 'a sensational mistake'
Sarri got his wish to leave the London club and landed the Juventus job in 2019 but looking back now, he feels he was wrong to agitate for a return to Italy and says that Marina Granovskaia, the Chelsea director, wanted him to stay.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Sarri, who is now the Lazio boss, believes that the team Chelsea have these days is better suited to his way of playing.
Maurizio Sarri regrets leaving Chelsea after a seaosn, calling it a 'catastrophic mistake'
Sarri was Chelsea manager for just a season, winning the Europa League in the 2018-19 season
Sarri says players such as Kai Havertz and Timo Werner are well suited to his way of playing
Speaking to AlfredoPedulla.com, Sarri said: 'At Chelsea I made a sensational mistake, that of wanting to return to Italy at all costs.
'Marina stonewalled me to leave Chelsea, I had this desire to return to Italy. Chelsea are a great club, in the following years they have taken many young people suitable for me.
'I experienced a particular year, in which Abramovich could not enter England and we had an owner who