New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri apologises for 'sexist, homophobic' comments

Gianfranco Zola and Maurizio Sarri

And now he returns to Stamford Bridge 15 years later to link up with fellow Italian Sarri, who was unveiled as the new Chelsea boss today.

Zola spent seven years at the club between 1996 and 2003 and is one of the most popular players in the club's history.

Real Madrid are understood to be in talks with Chelsea over a possible £35m deal for Courtois and have also targeted Hazard after selling Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.

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Forward Hazard and goalkeeper Courtois, who are both recovering after helping their country finish third at the World Cup, have been heavily linked with Real Madrid. "More than apologies, I hope you will have the chance to get to know better and forget about this very quickly".

"Our task as managers is growing players that we have", he added.

"Clearly, we would always like to keep all strongest players this is what any manager wants to do and any club wants to do but we will have to see how transfer market goes over next few days".

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That would leave Sarri in a hard position at Chelsea, especially with three weeks until this year's earlier Deadline Day, which will commence before the first weekend of the new campaign.

All three are not due to rejoin Sarri's squad for another two and a half weeks, their World Cup duties with their countries having only ended at the weekend. The former Napoli coach knows he can not change the entire group at Chelsea but, despite bringing £57m Jorginho over with him from Napoli, he has identified central midfield as a key area to improve during the current transfer window. It will take some time to build a slightly different way of playing. All good things Antonio Conte did should be left and not be changed. Russian billionaire Abramovich has been in dispute with United Kingdom authorities over the lack of a visa renewal.

"Honestly I hope I will be able to fill in this gap with the club, the difference between doing well and winning". I think he one of the top one or two European players. I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision - if they want to let me go.

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