Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri has confirmed that he spoke to club owner, Roman Abramovich, after their friendly against New England Revolution last week.
However, Sarri stated that the conversation lasted “only for one minute” and they talked about Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who ruptured his Achilles’ tendon during the second half of the match.
The Italian said Loftus-Cheek could return to training in four to six months.
“The injury is very similar to Callum’s injury – not the same, but really very similar.
“So the time for the recovery is almost the same,” Sarri told a press conference on Wednesday.
The former Napoli boss, whose future is still uncertain, also hinted that he is not sure whether he will sit down and have a proper meeting with the club’s hierarchy.
“About the meeting, I don’t know the date. If there will be a meeting, even.
“The situation is clear: I have a contract. In my opinion, it would be better to speak about the season, but the situation is clear,” Sarri said.