BREAKING!!! Maurizio Sarri's future at Chelsea discussed!

Sky Sports are reporting that Senior figures at Chelsea have held discussions over Maurizio Sarri's future as head coach..

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, has been under pressure due to his side's recent poor display
Due to Chelsea's longstanding poor form, it is understood that the board seem to be very concerned about the team's performances and results - the most recent of which was a home defeat to Manchester United that knocked them out of the FA Cup as the defending champions.
The board are also aware of the scale of the problems at the club, especially after the reaction of supporters at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, who booed the team off and slated his 'Sarri-ball' style.
Coach, Sarri, was put under more pressure after a 6-0 hammering at Manchester City earlier this month - their third Premier League defeat in four games - saw them drop out of the top four zone to sixth in the table.
The Blues had conceded four away at Bournemouth in the previous game following a 2-0 loss to Arsenal at the Emirates, after which Sarri questioned whether his players could be motivated at all.

The Italian, who succeeded Antonio Conte following his acrimonious departure last summer, faces two crucial games to close out the week - a Europa League last-32 second leg against Swedish side Malmo FF, with his team 2-1 ahead, and the Carabao Cup final at Wembley against City.
Sarri's assistant, former Chelsea forward, Gianfranco Zola - defended his boss' position in the build-up to the United defeat, insisting they were going through a tough spell in pursuit of a breakthrough in his philosophy.
Zola also insisted the players do care, and compared their situation to the difficulties Pep Guardiola endured during his first season at the Etihad.
But Sarri admitted he was concerned about the result to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's resurgent United, stating his side had played very well in the first half in which they conceded the two goals of the match and that their play later became "confusing-football" in the second half.
"I am worried about the result not our fans," he said. "Of course I can understand their frustration. The result was not very good. We are out of the FA Cup.
"We played confusing football in the second half but in the first half I think we played well. We need more aggression and more determination in the situations inside our own box and inside the opposition box. The difference was there."

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