Chelsea’s form has dipped since the turn of the year, leading to fears that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri may not even last the season.
It seems Sarri would be Chelsea’s manager for next season after he revealed he has been consulted over the club’s future plans.
Sarri was unhappy last summer after flying out to Australia for a tour within four days of taking over and has now made his input into the club’s next preseason.
Sarri prefers having highly focused and lightly marketed training camp as he did in Napoli where he ran double sessions and boosted team morale away from the frenzy of overseas fans.
“We were talking about the problem of the next pre-season,” Sarri said. “So we were trying to organise in the best way the next pre-season.”
Despite his input into the club’s next preseason, Sarri admitted he is uncertain as to whether he will remain at the club.
Asked if he is confident he will be a Chelsea manager next season, Sarri replied: “No, I have said it’s not important if I’m here next season.
“At this moment, it’s important only the results. In this moment, only the Europa League is important. In this moment, the Dynamo Kiev game is everything.
“I am confident otherwise I won’t be able to do my work. I have to think this [that I will be here next season] if I want to do my job in the next way.”