Sarri held a first media conference today since his appointment.
"This is what any manager wants to do and what any club wants to do". That is always fluid, but you can use them as a guide as to how likely it is that a player will actually leave a club, irrespective of which one he may join.
"He knows the fans love him and he is a player we love to play with".
Belgian flier Hazard has openly courted a move away from Stamford Bridge following the Blues' failure to qualify for the Champions League next term. The transfer of the Chelsea talisman is nearly imminent after he made his desire to play for the Spanish capital club public.
Hazard is taking time off after the World Cup along with Belgium teammate Thibaut Courtois, whose future is also the matter of some debate. "This would mean very good results and mean we would have been very competitive during the season", added the 59-year-old Italian.
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"I feel much more a pitch manager than a general manager", said Sarri.
"I think that I am one of few managers who is bored by transfer market. I would be very surprised if Chelsea didn't have big offers for him right now", Martinez told Cadena Ser's "El Larguero" radio show. I don't want to talk about it and not interested in it'.
Chelsea have confirmed the appointment of club legend Gianfranco Zola as Maurizio Sarri's assistant coach.
"Well, for me this is a hard challenge, but a fascinating one", said Sarri.
Chelsea start their pre-season tour with a game against Perth Glory in Australia on Monday before travelling back to Europe to play against Inter Milan, Arsenal and Olympique Lyonnais.