Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri held a press conference before the upcoming Premier League match against Newcastle.
The Italian tactician discussed Gonzalo Higuain’s possible move to Stamford Bridge: "As you know, I'm not involved in market issues – Sarri said -. I've talked to the club, of course. They know very well my opinion, we need two players. Despite this, it all depends on the club's decision, I do not know nothing about the market".
MORATA – “If he leaves we’ll need a replacement. For the moment he is with us and he must focus on Chelsea”.
BAYERN – “They lacked respect, they publicity spoke about a player of another club, it was not professional”.
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