Maurizio Sarri has criticised the “individual” nature of Chelsea’s squad, during his unveiling as Juventus boss on Thursday.
The Italian signed a three-year deal with the Serie A champions and was presented to the media in Turin today.
Sarri spent just one season at Stamford Bridge and ended the campaign with the Europa League trophy and a third-place finish in the Premier League.
However, the Italian failed to bring the stylistic football to west London, that he developed at Napoli.
“Chelsea have players who have a higher technical level but with individual characteristics.
“The football they play is less fluid. At Napoli they could all play well [together], at Chelsea, there were seven or eight players playing individualistically,” Sarri said.