Maurizio Sarri left Napoli during the summer after two impressive seasons with the Naples club.
The former banker was appointed as the new Chelsea boss in July, and he brought with him his midfield maestro Jorginho from Napoli.
Sarri is known to be a chain smoker, and was usually seen with his cigarettes on the sideline during games. However, smoking isn’t permitted in the Premier League, and the 55-year-old has had to ditch his cigarettes while on the pitch.
Asked how Sarri is faring in England, Jorginho admitted that the Chelsea boss is having a good time and that he’s also sticking to his old habit.
“Sarri is enjoying his adventure in England but he’s not changing much, he’s sticking to his habits,” Jorginho said.
Sarri has been seen chewing cigarettes on the touchline during matches, keeping a stash in the dugout.