"I'm very, very happy with him".
After featuring for England at this summer's World Cup, many fans are eager to see Loftus-Cheek given an opportunity in Chelsea's first team, having spent last season on loan with Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace.
His spectacular clipped passes over the Bournemouth defence were Chelsea's likeliest route to goal until Eddie Howe dropped his men back in response, but the defender's brain freezes will likely give Sarri fits.
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"The first half, the situation was hard".
"I think now for us it's better to think of the next match. Starting in September, we will play every three days, so Loftus will be very important and useful for us", Sarri told reporters.
Things didn't go as smoothly in the Italian's second season, and after months of speculation, he was finally relieved of his duties and replaced by his compatriot Maurizio Sarri.
Later in the first half, he allowed Wilson to control and lay the ball off before drifting away from the striker as he moved unmarked into the penalty area. But in this kind of match, usually you can win in the last 20-25 minutes. Now we are trying to let him to play like a winger. I am not able to guarantee to him a spot at the moment, but if he wants to remain, I'm really very happy with him. "They improved very well during the week and in matches". But I always think we can do more. Only for this. It depends upon the situation.
Sarri expatiated: "He changed the position in the pitch".