Chelsea can improve next season despite transfer ban - Sarri

Chelsea can improve next season despite transfer ban - Sarri

Chelsea can improve next season despite transfer ban - Sarri

Chelsea's Italian boss called on his squad to ignore their rivals' results and chase as many wins as possible, starting against West Ham on Monday night. If they are able to improve we will be a better team in the future. So I'm not anxious about the market.

The Blues have won their last two games in the top flight to boost their hopes of securing qualification for next season's Champions League.

Speaking in an interview quoted by Chelsea FC's website, Hazard said: "I like that because people are not talking about Chelsea for the top four so we are quiet". We only have to fight and think about our matches. "We played 51 matches and then because, in the last part of the season, I want 20 players completely involved in our targets".

"You know very well that it's not easy in the first months to play in the Premier League, it was a problem also for (Luis) Suarez in the first season at Liverpool".

"I have to consider that, in this moment of the season, we need to change", he added.

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The London Evening Standard says Higuain joined on a short term loan deal from Juventus in January, but an option was included to extend it for another season or buy him permanently.

Hudson-Odoi, making his full debut in the Premier League, set up Olivier Giroud's opening goal, while Loftus-Cheek scored and assisted a goal in the comprehensive win.

"Yes of course [I want to keep him], but it depends on the club, it depends on Juventus", said Sarri. We have to play very hard matches, especially away in the last part of the season but we only have to do our best and play to win.

"I think he needs time to improve his condition and be suitable for the Premier League but I think he is able to do it".

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