Chelsea defender Rudiger: Everyone happy with Sarri

Carrie Guzman
September 20, 2018

The Serbian, who has five goals in eight matches this season, picked up a hamstring problem during a training session last week, and missed his team's 3-1 win over OFI Crete in the Greek Super League on Saturday. "I think we (English teams) will be here to stay for a long period of time as well".

Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Cesc Fabregas also made the trip after recovering from injury, but in a news conference ahead of the match, Sarri sought to dampen any expectations that he could make wholesale changes to his starting XI.

"World class players from 12 yards are very hard to stop".

The Belgian has been rested along with defender David Luiz and midfielder Mateo Kovacic, while full-back Emerson Palmieri is also absent.

"Tomorrow I have to change four, five players, but it's impossible in this moment of a season to change 11 players for a match".

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The Italy worldwide followed new Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri to Stamford Bridge from Napoli in a £57 million earlier this summer, and the 27-year-old has been an integral part of the Blues climb to joint top of the Premier League table.

He told me that after the national team and after the match against Cardiff he was a little bit exhausted.

"Conte come in and won the league, Sarri will last another year or two years and someone else will come in and they'll take charge and go and win the league again".

When asked if he will start against PAOK, Sarri said: 'Loftus-Cheek, for me, is a very good player but I don't know if there is a spot for him.

According to Carragher, not only was Hazard the best player at the World Cup in Russian Federation, but he is also the best player in the English top flight. [Ethan] Ampadu, Odoi and Loftus are the future, I don't know if the right time tomorrow is for Odoi'.

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