Sarri: 'If the president calls, I'll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him'
- Abramovich hasn't been in touch with Sarri.
- The Italian doesn't know about his future.
- After the 6-0 defeat to City, he expected to find explanations within hours.
Maurizio Sarri expects to be answerable for the recent volatile form of Chelsea. If he is 'lucky' he may even hear a word or two from Roman Abramovich who may not be so involved in his club's affairs these days.
Sarri spoke to Italian broadcasters in the aftermath of the 6-0 defeat at City on Sunday: ''If the president calls, I'll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him. To be honest, I don't know what to expect.
He added: ''I don't know [about my future], you have to ask the club. I am worried about my team, the performance, but my job is always at risk. So I am not worried [about that], you have to ask the club. We'll need to find the explanation for all this over the next few hours.''
Sarri was unable to explain the nighmarish result that happened at Manchester City's ground and saw the Blues slip to the sixth place in the league standings.
He, however, is willing to persevere with his style even if Sarriball per se doesn't exist. He might be running out of time but by the looks of it, the club will give the Italian a little more time after all the purchases they've made for him.
Do you feel like Roman's no longer that keen on Chelsea?