Napoli president hits hard at Chelsea manager Sarri again

Serie A By: Iseghohi Odianosen | 11/10/2018

Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has hit hard at Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri again over his exit from the Series A team during the summer.

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Laurentiis is still sad over the manner Sarri left the Series A and he claimed that the former banker was only interested in making money than remaining at the Stadio San Paolo.

"Sarri? I thought I had met a coach who would stay at Napoli for a long time. At a certain point it became a question linked exclusively to money," De Laurentiis told Corriere dello Sport.

"Suddenly, it was established by the media that his contract must be adjusted. So what is the value of an agreement just signed? We had already gone from 700 thousand euros to a million and a half. 

"Sarri's declarations of love for the city? I believed it, but then I wondered: 'What if he was using me as a bank?'"