Sarri confirmed Drinkwater wasn’t in his plans

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Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarry confirmed that midfielder Danny Drinkwater wasn’t in his plans and was free to leave the club if he wished.

Drinkwater didn’t spend a single minute for the Blues in the current season. Sarri explains this by saying that Danny is simply not suitable for the 4-3-3 formation, according to which he prefers to play this season. The Italian coach isn’t going to hold the 28-year-old Englishman in January.

Maurizio is considering Danny a great player. However, he is simply more suited to the game with two central midfielders.

When there are three central midfielders, he cannot play left central or right central one. The Englishman’s only problem is Sarry’s football. There is no other reason.

The Italian doesn’t know what awaits the player in the future but wishes him good luck in any situation. The club won’t hold the player in the winter.

(Reporting by Kovtunov Ilya, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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