Chelsea are weighing in on a deal for Napoli duo Piotr Zielinsk and Kalidou Koulibaly, this is according to reports.
Sarri took charge of the reigns of Chelsea late on in the summer and he was unable to adequately bolster his squad. Although Sarri signed Jorginho and Matteo Kovacic, the Blues boss is yet short of options in some aspects of his squad.
Garry Cahill is poised to seal a move away from Chelsea and the Blues are already looking to sign a player in his stead. Although Kalidou Koulibaly signed a five year extension with Napoli but United and Chelsea have been credited with interest in the star.
It is claimed that Sarri will take advantage of his relationship with Napoli to lure the Senegal international to Stamford bridge.
Meanwhile, Zielinski is valued less than £60million and still have up to three years on his current contract. His Seria A club are reportedly trying to hand him an extension that would see the release clause increase. Nonetheless, Chelsea could move to sign him over uncertainty with Kovacic.
According to teamtalk, Sarri has sanctioned a £130million move for the aforementioned players. They would face competition from Liverpool for the signature of Zielinski.