Jose Mourinho apparently is not the only one who is having some problems with players returning late from their holidays ahead for pre season as a slightly similar situation is being suffered by Chelsea’s new boss, Maurizio Sarri.
However, the Italian tactician doesn’t have issues with many players at the moment aside from Brazilian international Willian, who arrived back for The Blues pre-season training camp later than it was scheduled.
Although the club themselves reportedly are not worried with that situation, Sarri himself admitted that he is not happy with what happened and will be seeking an answer directly from the Brazil international himself.
The 29-year-old only arrived at Chelsea’s training center on Tuesday evening, which is six days late from his actual schedule, though reports also suggesting that it was because of passport issue instead of anything else.
Some serious concern brewing regarding Willian’s late arrival mostly happened due to the fact he has been approached by several teams this summer, with the likes of Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid all been linked with.
Nevertheless, the fact that he has finally returned back to train bring some sight of relief for Chelsea’s management, though not for Sarri who confirmed that he will have some words with the Brazilian once they meet.
Not only Willian, the former Napoli boss is also eager to talk with his other star players such as, Eden Hazard along with Thibaut Courtois who also been linked with potential moves away from Stamfrod Bridge.