Danny Drinkwater reveals how Sarri brutally axed him with an HOUR of transfer window left as he opens up on Chelsea hell

DANNY DRINKWATER has revealed how Maurizio  Sarri brutally axed him with an HOUR of the switch window left.

Sarri arrived in West London in 2018 whereas the midfielder had struggled to hold down a regular place in the Blues’ starting 11.

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However the Italian gave Drinkwater simply 60 minutes discover on deadline day to say that the membership deliberate to promote him to a facet overseas.

And it left the previous Premier League title winner refusing to maneuver away from his son.

Drinkwater, 32, advised Sky Sports: “It bought to the final hour of the switch window and [I] bought pulled into the workplace, not anticipated in any respect.

“‘Don’t assume you’re going to be in our plans’. That is Sarri, being translated by Gianfranco[Zola]. And I used to be like, ‘What?’


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“Sarri and I bought on like a home on hearth off the pitch. On the pitch, we have been like chalk and cheese.

“I used to be like, ‘Why are you telling me now? An hour before the window closes? I need time’.

“He replied, ‘No, no, we’ve bought golf equipment overseas you may take a look at…’

“My reaction was, ‘No, I’ve got my young son. He is my priority’. So I decided to stay until January.”


Drinkwater would signal for Burnley within the winter window 18 months later however made only one league look.

Mortgage spells with Aston Villa, Kasımpasa and Studying have since adopted earlier than Drinkwater finally confirmed his Chelsea exit.

He joined Stamford Bridge for £35million on wages of £110,000 per week but the move was a nightmare throughout.

Nonetheless, the ex-England worldwide has revealed he has choices heading into the brand new season as a free agent.

Drinkwater stated: “There are a couple of gives flying about. It’s a bizarre time for soccer, particularly if you’re free to the market.

“That final season helped me massively, getting all these video games underneath my belt, and hopefully the second half of the season confirmed I’ve nonetheless bought the flexibility and starvation to push myself.

“There are options, it’s just about the decision. I love winning, so it’s a difficult thing to let go at this age.”

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