Chelsea coach, Maurizio Sarri has named Chelsea’s defence as the team’s weakest point.
The Italian who spoke during his unveiling on Wednesday also talked on his style of play.
Sarri who replaced Antonio Conte will be at the helms of Chelsea’s affairs for the next three years.
When asked to name some of the players that would been shown the exit door, the new manager of the West London club declined to comment. He simply replied thus:
“I cannot name any names because I don’t know who these people are.
“I spoke with the football club and I said that ideally I think pinch of quality is lacking in the centre-halves, for a certain kind of play, otherwise they are at a very high level.
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“At the end of the transfer window, it will be up to me to decide what type of game is suitable for the final squad. I cannot claim to come here to Chelsea and change 20 players.
“I must adapt to Chelsea and adapt to the available players and then we will see whether or not I have to change something in my style because the squad is advising me through their characteristics.”