The 25 year old seemed to start the season well, he was given the captains armband to start the term and scored in the opening two games. The Belgian has had a brilliant start to the season, scoring seven goals in eight appearances for the Blues. After a string of impressive performances, Chelsea look underdogs to win the Premier League.
However, after the game, Chelsea boss has predicted where will Chelsea finish by the end of next season.
He had several offers during the summer and has said that he would have left Chelsea had Conte remained manager.
The Portuguese coach has overseen his newly-promoted side go unbeaten in their last five league matches, including impressive draws with Manchester City and Manchester United.
However, he barely appeared last season under Conte, and Sarri has highlighted the rift as the cause, and to praise Luiz for his solid defensive displays this season. "I'm happy here, to stay I think was the right decision". It was very poor from us. "Here it's very hard to arrive in the first four". He said, "There are six, seven top-level teams, top in Europe, not only in England".
United knew what they were getting when they signed Mourinho in the first place, but those were desperate times, they wanted to somehow reach the Champions League, and Mourinho was the man. We have to try of course.
"We need to continue to improve with the control, with the possession, with the positioning", Arsenal manager Unai Emery said.
She however took to social media with photos to express her excitement over the visit of Chelsea defender David Luiz. Sarri deserves much of the credit for this.
Everton's urgency to muscle their way into the Premier League's elite has been underscored in recent years by a series of rash managerial appointments. In their dressing room, on the training pitch, they'd have thought "we'll be okay". In fact, much of the press conference on Monday was around his future, and the current crisis at Manchester United rather than the important Champions League game.
Immediately after scoring Manchester City's second goal in a 2-0 victory over Brighton, Sergio Aguero was substituted in the 66th minute.