Zola likens Sarri's Chelsea struggle to Guardiola's at Man City

Ole Gunnar Solsjaer

Ole Gunnar Solsjaer

Manchester United's landing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has meant that the Frenchman's news of heading to the Old Trafford became subdued of late and Chelsea has been considered a hot destination. That said, they were even beaten by Arsenal by a 2-1 score at the Emirates Stadium during the month of January.

But the Premier League giants will have to make available a massive £200m transfer money and also block Eden Hazard from leaving Stamford Bridge.

The former Real Madrid boss, who won three Champions League titles in three years at the Bernabeu, has been strongly touted as a possible successor for under-fire boss Maurizio Sarri.

Zinedine Zidane has reportedly laid out his terms after informing Chelsea that he is interested in becoming their next manager.

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A first-half goal and assist from Paul Pogba had the visiting team on their way before half-time, with Chelsea fans voicing their displeasure with manager Maurizio Sarri as the match headed to full-time.

Chelsea are now sixth in the standings with the squad struggling to adapt to Sarri's style of play, but Zola pointed out that Guardiola also refused to change his style at City, who have improved since his trophyless debut season.

Eden Hazard has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, and recently, the Belgium global made it clear that he has made up his mind on his future.

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