Petr Cech linked with shock move across London

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Meanwhile, reports in the United Kingdom also claim that Chelsea are considering re-signing veteran stopper Petr Cech, who spent 11 years at Stamford Bridge before leaving for Arsenal in 2015 after losing his place to Courtois.

2018 World Cup golden glove victor Thibaut Courtois has caught the eye of Real Madrid.

The report adds that Courtois will sign a four-year contract with Real Madrid. I think I'm one of the few managers who is bored by the transfer market.

The change at manager though could possibly delay things a bit at Stamford Bridge when it comes to the future of some of the club's largest players.

"I hope that I will manage to improve him".

Before their Premier League opener against Huddersfield on August 11, there is transfer business to be done even if most of the Stamford Bridge faithful wouldn't mind the window slamming shut right now.

"Clearly we would always like to keep all the strongest players", said Sarri, who began in English but switched to his native Italian so he did not "say anything wrong".

Maurizio Sarri
GETTY Maurizio Sarri unveiled as new Chelsea manager

The winger has been the face of Chelsea for much of his six-year stint with the club as he has developed into one of the more risky attackers in the world. Speaking via a translator, he promised entertaining football and explained that his main objective was to have fun.

It's a 180 degree turn from his predecessor, another Italian, Antonio Conte- who often publicly criticized Chelsea transfer policies and practices.

Holding onto their biggest names could be a much bigger challenge.

I play in a slightly different way so it will take some time for the squad. I don't want to talk about it and not interested in it'.

"These were mistakes, that is for sure". I am an extremely open person, I do not have these kind of problems.

"Honestly I hope I will be able to fill in this gap with the club, the difference between doing well and winning".

"These mistakes were made yes, but when someone makes a mistake they must apologise and accept some allegations can be made by the press".

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