EPL: Sarri speaks on reverting to Conte's style of play at Chelsea

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Premier League giants Chelsea have reportedly permitted star player Gary Cahill to speak with Turkish club Galatasaray over a possible move away from Stamford Bridge this month.

The same story says that Loftus-Cheek's future at Stamford Bridge remains a source of uncertainty and that he could still go out on loan overseas before the European transfer window closes next week.

Lazaar - who has only made a handful of appearances for United - could yet leave before the end of the month.

I think Eden is ready for 50 or 60 minutes.

The former Juventus and Real Madrid striker has started both of our Premier League games this season and the goal against the Gunners should give him the confidence boost he needs. I don't know for 90 minutes, but he can start.

"The a year ago was very hard for me, not just with confidence", Morata told Chelsea's official website.

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In an interview with L'Equipe, De Laurentiis said he had been left with mixed feelings about Sarri's stint in Naples because of "the pleasure of having played well but also the bitterness of not having won anything" under his guidance.

'I think he will remain with us.

Loftus-Cheek impressed on loan at Crystal Palace last season - earning a place in England's World Cup squad - and said in July that Chelsea's lack of faith in him has had an effect on his cofidence. I've spoken with him twice after I spoke with the club.

Morata said: "The most important thing is the way we play now".

Asked if the player himself feels ready to play a full game, Sarri replied: "Maybe, but I think it's more important (what is in) my mind". I am not able to promise anything to anybody.

"For sure I want to score more than 30 goals, but I would prefer to score 15 or 20 and for us to win the Premier League or another big trophy".

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