And after returning Chelsea to Champions League football with his tactics, the clubs eggheads feel that keeping Sarri will be the best decision, rather than commence another search for a new manager. That's the reason why I had to say already to three or four different offers.
Abramovich and his staff are continuing to look for a suitable replacement - and reports earlier this week even suggested Rafa Benitez, who was seriously disliked during his brief stint at the club, was being considered.
And it's the 40-year-old's success with young players which is thought to appeal to Chelsea, who are now under a transfer embargo which will prevent them from signing new players. In such a scenario, someone of Benitez's acumen would suit them well.
Sarri is set to replace Massimiliano Allegri - who has also been linked with Chelsea - at Italian champions Juventus.
Faryal, Asif Zardari arrest order issued as IHC rejects bail plea
During the previous hearing, the court had extended Zardari and his sister's pre-arrest bail till June 10. He was elected to office after the assassination of his wife, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
The problem, however, are his previous comments on the Blues during his time with Liverpool.
Despite the lack of support to him by the Chelsea fans, he was able to secure third position and a Europa league victory for the West-London club, and made the Blues' fans appreciate his contribution to the club. And one Manchester United great thinks that Lampard can be Chelsea's answer to Pep Guardiola.
The appointment of Benitez might blow a fuse and cause the fans to go ballistic, however, as they are already distressed at the thought of seeing the Spaniard in the Chelsea dugout. However, there have been calls to bring Lampard back to the club where he excelled as a player, with many believing he could do the same being a manager.
Then it was reported that Benitez actually took it upon himself to contact Moraes directly to let him know that he is the Spaniard's top priority this summer.