Maurizio Sarri has uncovered that John Terry has an open welcome to join Chelsea's training staff, yet the Italian trusts the previous chief is probably not going to take it right now as he needs to continue playing this season.
Sarri concedes he might want the focal protector at Stamford Bridge, where Terry left in 2017, in a training limit in the event that he can't win a playing contract somewhere else. "The last time I have spoken with him, he disclosed to me that he needs to play for another season," he said. "In any case, I don't know now the circumstance. I am discussing seven days back. Chelsea is his home, obviously. I'm available to course.".
"Without a doubt, he will be a point of reference for me. For everyone here, I think. I don't have the foggiest idea if there is an opportunity. He disclosed to me a great deal of things, that he needs to play. I don't have the foggiest idea. I'd need to address him. "It's up to him. In the event that he needs to play for another season, I believe it's correct that he endeavours to play. Be that as it may, on the off chance that he needs to support us, I'm actually quite upbeat."
Sarri, however trusts a double player-mentor job is out of the condition for the 37-year-old. "I think in the instructing staff, I think," he said. "Since, as I said previously, I need to offer space to the youthful players. Luckily, we have solid youthful players: Loftus-Cheek, Hudson-Odoi, Ampadu... what's more, I'd like to give them the correct space. "Here is John Terry's home. In this way, he will be essential for everyone here. Just his quality. It's up to him. It's up to him. I am unguarded with him since he is the historical backdrop of the club. He has won everything with the club, so it's up to him."