Maurizio Sarri is a winner as a Chelsea manager against Huddersfield (Photo: Getty). Maurizio Sarri admits he has regrets for Chelsea's inability to sign Gonzalo Higuain.
The Argentine national expert has experienced one of the most prolific moments of his career under the guidance of Sarri in Naples before his controversial move to Juventus.
Higuain was strongly tied to a move for Stamford Bridge this summer, but eventually signed for AC Milan on loan from Juventus.
Sarri has supported Alvaro Morata to improve from a largely disappointing first season in English football and also has the winner of the French World Cup Olivier Giroud to ask, but admitted that he would appreciate the opportunity to work again with Higuain.
Gonzalo Higuain joined AC Milan on loan from Juventus (photo: Getty). Speaking of Chelsea's summer affairs, he told Sky Sports: "Higuain is a bit regretful but in the end everyone after the market has some small regrets."
The FA Cup holders kicked off new goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga in Saturday's win over Huddersfield and Sarri believes he will be a more than capable long-term successor to Thibaut Courtois, who joined Real Madrid last week.
"Basically, the club was very open, we signed a big goalkeeper to replace another big one," he added.
I thought it was right not to keep Courtois against his will, we had someone as young as Mateo Kovacic who is ready to explode and also Jorginho. & # 39;
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