Manchester United legend Gary Neville has claimed that he wouldn’t be surprised if Chelsea decide to sack Sarri after the Blues 6-0 defeat last night.
The Loss has been Chelsea’s worst ever defeat in the English top-tier against Man City on Sunday.
The Italian head-coach has only been in charge for one year of the Blues. However, the club have a history of quick dismissals having had 11 different head-coaches already.
When quizzed about Sarri’s status at Stamford Bridge, Neville told Sky Sports: ‘It’s the type of club where you wouldn’t be surprised if you wake up tomorrow to the news that Chelsea have changed their manager.
‘If you said at the start of the season that Chelsea would be challenging for the top four, would be in the FA Cup, still in Europe and in the Carabao Cup final, you wouldn’t think for one second that the manager would be losing his job.
‘But it’s the noises that have been coming out from Chelsea in the last six or seven weeks and the interviews that Sarri has done.
‘You can multiply that by 10 because we only hear a small part of it, so you can imagine on the inside it isn’t great.
‘That would be a big concern, and Chelsea don’t hang around.’
The Blues next games is against Malmo in the Europa League this midweek.
Chelsea legend and Maurizio Sarri’s assistant coach Gianfranco Zola could become the next manager of the Blues if Italian manager gets sacked from his current job.
According to the Sport Mediaset reports, Zola could remain at Stamford Bridge and become interim manager before the end of the 2018/19 season.
The report suggested that Gianfranco Zola could be a short-term replacement for Sarri to fix for Chelsea before searching a new long-term manager.