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CHELSEA boss SARRI on shortlisted men-for-sale: "They are all staying put"

05.12.2018 00.02 by Claudio Colla  read 917
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Asked by UK media about chances for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, David Luiz and Cesc Fabregas to be put up for sale in January, Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, ahead of PL match against Wolverhampton, stated: "Ruben leaving? No. I want him to stay with me, to stay with us. There is no else chance. It's very difficult to find a centre-back for this level, such as David is. And it's very difficult to find a central midfielder skilled as Fabregas. So I think they have to stay put, and keep playing for us".

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