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Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri Offers John Terry A Chance To Come 'Home'

14 September 2018, 11:29 | Anna Jefferson

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The Brazilian struggled with injuries and also fell out of favour with former Blues manager Antonio Conte during the 2017/18 season.

Luiz, who was a peripheral figure under Antonio Conte last season, has rejuvenated his career at Stamford Bridge under Sarri this term. "Before now you have a lot of teams in the Premier League, it's competitive".

As reported by Ian Baker of The Telegraph, Sarri thinks that his side are not yet ready to compete for the league title, despite winning their opening four games of the season. "I think his philosophy to live life is already great because he wants to enjoy every day, he wants to be happy and he wanted to take this opportunity to start one more chapter in his life", Luiz told the club's official website.

"You have to play good football for a whole year to achieve that, but I think they can do it, both Pep and Klopp".

'We have a new coach with new tactics, new philosophy, new everything to be honest, ' Fabregas said.




Chelsea are enjoying a delightful start to their new season in the Premier League under the stewardship of their new manager Maurizio Sarri. He wants to play with the ball, he wants to play with intensity, to work on the details and to give us all the information he can about the next game and the opponent.

The 30-year-old's hopes of securing a new two-year deal are, however, complicated by Chelsea's policy of usually only offering one-year contracts to players who are 30 or over.

"But every single match we went out on the pitch to win, hoping to win, and in the end we won the Champions League, so it was the best year".

Fabregas could be in contention to feature against Cardiff City on Saturday after returning to full training this week. To close that gap in only one season is very hard.



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