Maurizio Sarri invites John Terry to join Chelsea coaching staff

Maurizio Sarri invites John Terry to join Chelsea coaching staff

Terry left Chelsea in 2017 after almost 20 years at the club, where he won five Premier League titles.

"At the moment I can answer City or Liverpool".

"We need another step, I think, to be the same level. The gap was 30 points at the beginning of the cover 30 points in only one season is very hard".

Terry made 702 appearances for the Blues, winning five Premier Leagues, four FA Cups, three League Cups and a UEFA Champions League title. In fact, Cardiff's only league win in the last 55 years against the Blues was at Stamford Bridge in 1981.

Midfielder Ampadu, who celebrates his 18th birthday today, shone for Wales against the Republic of Ireland and Denmark during the worldwide break. "I am talking about a week ago". I don't know. I have to speak to him.

"He doesn't look out of place".

The 37-year-old is reported to want to continue playing but Sarri said he would welcome Terry back at Stamford Bridge if he chose to pursue a coaching career.

"In a few days, one week, he will be ready to play".

Emerson Palmieri and Davide Zappacosta have been laid low with a fever but Cesc Fabregas is close to a return after a knee problem.

Abraham spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Bristol City before getting a regular taste of Premier League action with Swansea City last season on a temporary basis.

After rejecting the chance to join Russia's Spartak Moscow earlier this week, Chelsea legend John Terry has been presented with an opportunity to rejoin his old club.

Cardiff are winless in six matches in all competitions (W0 D3 L3), their worst run under Warnock; they last went on a longer run without victory between January and February 2015 (eight games).

Sarri spent the September worldwide break in England, dividing his time between walking his dog Ciro around the large garden of his new house a short drive from Chelsea's training ground in Surrey - "Similar to my name", he joked - and studying video of his team's upcoming opponents.