Frank Lampard rules out signing ex-Chelsea team-mate John Terry


Luiz was something of a forgotten man for Chelsea under Antonio Conte last season, falling down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and making only nine Premier League starts.

"First of all he's a great person, great as a human", Luiz told the official Chelsea magazine.

Maurizio Sarri understands John Terry would like to continue playing, but Chelsea are leaving the door open for a possible coaching role at the club.

"It's been a good seven weeks with the family, which is the first time in 22 years". I wanted to stay fit in case something came along.

The Blues have won four out of four Premier League matches, seeing off Huddersfield, Arsenal, Newcastle and Bournemouth.

"Chelsea's a big club with the opportunity to fight every year for titles and there is also pressure to get results quickly".

Sarri added: "I think that at the moment Fabregas can be on the bench, but I want to speak to him, I think maybe it is better to have two days of training".

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"They are an ambitious club and I have been very impressed with their professionalism". I'm really very happy.

There is no consideration for Terry returning to Stamford Bridge as a player, with Sarri prioritising young talent like Wales global Ethan Ampadu.

"If there is a pitch and there are 11 players, I feel at home anywhere", Sarri said. 'Fortunately, we have very strong young players; (Ruben) Loftus-Cheek, (Callum) Hudson-Odoi, Ampadu, and I'd like to give them the right space.

Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea welcome newly-promoted Cardiff City to Stamford Bridge on Saturday in what Blues fans will anticipate to be a fifth win on the bounce in the Premier League.

Chelsea return to domestic action against Cardiff City on Saturday, and Sarri expects a tough game for his returning players.

"It's a hard game for everybody, against Cardiff", Sarri added. The gap was 30 points at the beginning of the season.