Three Players Of Nigerian Descent Who Stand To Benefit If Sarri Departs Chelsea

Published: May 28, 2019
Three Players Of Nigerian Descent Who Stand To Benefit If Sarri Departs Chelsea Maurizio Sarri's future at Stamford Bridge is up in the air and the former Napoli manager could be on his way out of West London after the Europa League final against Arsenal on Wednesday, May 29.

Sarri's departure will definitely provide opportunities for fringe players to lay claim for a spot in the team's starting line-up next season.

These set of players will definitely benefit from Sarri's departure, but who are they?

Fikayo Tomori

The defender failed in his bid to help Derby County gain promotion to Premier League as they were defeated by Aston Villa on Monday.

His hope of playing in the Premier League next season isn't certain considering the fact that Sarri already has his list of favorite defenders. He will hope to have a new manager at Stamford Bridge to prove a point during pre-season tour.

Tammy Abraham

The striker has never hidden his desire to feature for the Blues come next season, but it's yet to be seen if that will be possible with Sarri at the helm of affairs.

Should Sarri leave the Blues coupled with FIFA's sanction, Abraham will surely get his chance to play for Chelsea under a new manager.

Faustino Anjorin

The attacking midfielder continues to push for a place in the first-team squad but all his efforts have not attacted Sarri's attention.

The 17-year-old midfielder is one of the highly-rated youngsters at Stamford Bridge and he will hope to see another manager who will look towards his direction next season.

Ibukun Italoye

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