Sarri: I want to go immediately if I’m judged solely on Europa League final

Maurizio Sarri has insisted he is ‘very happy’ at Chelsea and that he will only learn his fate at the end of the season.

Sarri is among the favourites to replace Max Allegri at Juventus this summer, while Milan and Roma have both been mentioned as suitors for the ex-Milan boss.

However, quoted him as saying at a Press conference: “My future is Wednesday, I only have to think with that.

“I have two years left. I will speak to the club as I want to see if they are happy with me.

“As you know I like very much the Premier League, it is the most important championship, I think. I am excited to be here.

“As I said before I am very happy to stay in the Premier League. Chelsea are one of the most important in the Premier League.

“It is normal to speak to the club at the end of the season, it is normal.”

The 60-year-old takes the Blues into the Europa League Final next Wednesday, where they will face London rivals Arsenal.

“I think that we had a good season, with a lot of problems of course. We lost two or three matches very badly,” he continued.

“We finished third, Final of League Cup now we have the possibility of the Europa League. If we are able to win then it will be a wonderful season.

“This group deserves to continue and to improve more. I don’t know the date of the meeting, if there is one. It is clear I have a contract.

“I don’t know the situation about the fans and the media, one might be the consequence of the other.

“I can only do more by winning and improving the team. My future is the Final, I am not able to think about the next season or more.

“I am only able to think about the Final. My feeling is for my group is they deserve to win.

Sarri did reveal he met Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich in Boston, although he clarified his future did not come up for discussion.

“The owner was there to ask the condition of [Ruben] Loftus [Cheek], I spoke to him about Loftus for about one minute.”

When asked if he will be judged about his future on the Europa league final alone, Sarri said: “No, if the situation is like this I want to go immediately. You cannot… 10 months of work, and then I have to play everything in 90 minutes? It’s not right. It’s not the right way. You’re either happy about my work or you’re not happy.”