Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has admitted that he can fit perfectly into Maurizio Sarri’s system of play that has been described as Sarri-ball by football lovers.
Sarri-ball was famed in the Italian Serie A as the newly appointed Chelsea boss led Napoli to a record point in the Italian league which wasn’t able to give them the Scudetto because of a renowned Juventus side.
Sarri’s Napoli side entertained with a brilliant mix of possession football and swift passing with incredible off the ball movement.
The Italian has promised to bring that style of game to Chelsea, and Fabregas who has played attacking football for Barcelona and Arsenal believes he will fit in Sarri’s system.
He addressed the media in Australia, saying: “It is a way of football that I believe in, that I really like and I grew up in this system and the quality of football that he wants to bring to the football club. For the type of player like myself it can be an advantage.
“I think we just need to train very hard, be united, be a team and then however he decides he wants us to play, we need to figure out for ourselves on the pitch and try to win trophies, which is the main thing. Of course we want to play well, we want to be attractive but we want to win as well and we have an important season in front of us.”