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"Chelsea are no longer interested" - Experienced coach makes shock claim on Chelsea's transfer market plans


Experienced coach Luigi Cagni has revealed that Chelsea are no longer interested in Maurizio Sarri.

Speaking to TuttoMercatoWeb, the 67-year-old believes the former Napoli boss will probably end up replacing Roberto Mancini at FC Zenit Saint Petersburg.

"I'm not aware of many offers [for Sarri]," Cagni said.

"Chelsea are no longer [interested], Zenit could be a solution but in the end he may decide to take a year off.

"If I were him I wouldn't go to Zenit, especially after the work he's done at Napoli.

"What is important is to win, one can produce nice football and still win titles, this is the mentality Sarri must adopt in the future."

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