Former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri is believed to be the man to replace Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager, but one thing about the 58-year-old is that he loves to smoke during games and is regularly seen with a fag in his mouth.
Sarri has a strong smoking habit and it is believed that he allows his players to smoke even in the dressing room.
However, Sarri will have to ditch his smoking ways if truly he is to move to the Premier League because it is illegal to smoke in enclosed public places in England.
Chelsea FC observe the 2007 smoking ban at Stamford Bridge, and The FAQ section on Chelsea’s website outlines the club’s smoking policy for fans at home games.
It reads: “In accordance with Smokefree England, it is against the law to smoke anywhere inside the stadium at Stamford Bridge. This includes the use of e-cigarettes.”