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Maurizio Sari dismisses rumours about joining AS Roma in the summer

- Maurizio Sarri has revealed he is ready to remain Chelsea manager beyond the current season
- The Blues are technically out of the Premier League race following a string of poor results
- The Stamford Bridge club will face Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday
Maurizio Sarri has declared he will not be leaving Chelsea for Roma after speculation about his future at Stamford Bridge.
The ex-Napoli boss has come under immense criticism following his side's poor form since the beginning of the New Year.
However, the 59-year-old's side defeated Malmo 3-0 to qualify for the Europa League round of 16 on a 5-1 goal aggregate.
Sarri was asked in a post-match conference if he had been in contact with Roma, he said: "Of course no, I have a contract with Chelsea for next season so it is impossible."
The Blues went into their Europa League clash with Malmo losing 4-0 to Bournemouth, 6-0 to Man City and an FA Cup fifth round 2-0 defeat to Manchester United.
The west London club will play City again in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, and then welcome Tottenham to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
Sarri added: "It's very easy that City is in our minds. We played two weeks ago and now we can try to solve this problem."


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