"They did not respect our club". When asked about the chance of a return for the Brazilian global, the Express report him as saying: "If one day there is a possibility, does anyone believe that a club like Barca does not have to consider it? If that's not the case, then we'll have to take a look, but for as long as he is here, he will continue to be a professional and he's not going to be a problem for me". Ordinarily, a loan move for a foreign striker carries with it some risks, but Maurizio Sarri's experience with Higuain should help the transition.
On Fabregas, Sarri repeated his belief the midfielder should be allowed to go, adding: "I need a replacement, but I don't need a very important player like Cesc unhappy here".
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Jose Mourinho has spoken on what the future holds for him following his recent sacking from Manchester United and refused to rule out a return to Inter.
A bid of Malcom plus around £12 million could be enough to convince Chelsea to sell a player with 18 months left on his deal, according to the Evening Standard. "He can do better because the potential is higher but he is really very important for us and it is impossible to lose him in January", said Sarri.
Chelsea are without victory in three games but they will be hoping to change the unwanted record when they tackle the Magpies at home on Saturday.
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Reports show investigators' voicemails have been bombarded with callers since the airing of the documentary. James Mason was cited in an incident report for threatening Joycelyn Savage's father, Timothy.
Maurizio Sarri has said he did not watch a single World Cup match this summer because he does not believe there is anything to learn from global football. Now he needs to improve in some movements without the ball, but he is working very well at the moment. "We need to improve in the last 20, 25 metres".
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"We therefore can not remain an ally of the BJP after this move by the Modi government", AGP president Atul Bora said. The activists shouted slogans like "Modi government down down" and asked Bangladeshis to go back to their country.