Courtois could leave Chelsea if he is not motivated, says Sarri

Courtois could leave Chelsea if he is not motivated, says Sarri

Sarri said: "Loftus-Cheek I have seen him just for three, four trainings".

The new Chelsea boss has been sweating over the futures of the Belgian duo, who both want to join Real Madrid this summer.

"I want to speak to him before I answer these questions".

"It was a very positive conversation and I am very happy about it".

While ConyCFC saw "no harm" in extending the "useful" player's contract, Lyn has an "any means necessary" suggestion for the Chelsea board, which may fall under the infringement of laws category.

Jose Mourinho has said the foundations are there for new Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri to succeed at Stamford Bridge.

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Jorginho was on the verge of joining Manchester City mere days before it was announced that he had signed with Chelsea for £53m.

The 59-year-old has admitted that the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss told him there would be difficulties but urged him to take the move. "I want to hear Courtois".

The Wembley clash with last season's runaway Premier League winners will give Sarri a taste of what to expect over the next nine months. "It depends on me, it depends on the players".

"In this moment there is a little difference - maybe not little! - between us and City", he said.

"I can not say much about it now, I do not think about it, I'm very calm, getting nervous would not help". For example, two years ago when we switched to three at the back then from the first day we were very good. And it's not only that, it appears that he will continue to be a part of Sarri's first team plans when the upcoming Premier League season kicks off on August 11.

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