Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is under huge pressure as Chelsea boss following recent poor results that have seen Chelsea drop out of the top four.
The humiliating 6-0 loss to Manchester City is Chelsea’s heaviest defeat in Premier League and many fans are now calling the club to sack the Italian.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has revealed the Chelsea dressing room has not lost faith in Sarri and insists he hasn’t seen anything from the Chelsea board that suggests the club is contemplating sacking Sarri.
“I haven’t heard about that,” Giroud said. “I haven’t felt anything about them dropping the coach.
“I don’t have much to say about that. We stick altogether, the staff and the team. We want to look forward and be positive. We will work on the same path and the same targets. That’s it.”
Manchester United are now fourth, one point ahead of Chelsea, but Giroud isn’t worried as he believes Manchester United would drop points.
“We are not worried about the situation and I am sure Man United will drop points,” Giroud said. “We are confident and want to carry on with a good spirit and humility.”
Giroud is also relaxed about Chelsea’s season hanging on a balance and believes Chelsea’s Premier League game against Tottenham would be very important.
“You don’t think too much about it.” Giroud added.
“We are not in the best position, but we have big games to come.
“In the league, we have Spurs, which will be massive for us, very important.
“We want to qualify in every single competition, so it is going to be a massive game against Spurs.
“We need momentum and to keep going that way. So we are looking forward to it.
“I have had to deal with pressure throughout my career. I played big games with my clubs and the national team.
“In these kinds of moments, you need to think collectively and be positive.
“In Sweden (against Malmo), that’s what we showed on the pitch.
“Even though the score could have been better, we are pleased with the win. We have got strong characters in the team.
“A few players tried to bring leadership to the team and the result showed it worked.”