Imagine the scenes at Stamford Bridge if Benitez is appointed again.
Despite a strong first year in England, Sarri's preferred style of play and stubborn selection policy has drawn criticism in certain quarters, with exit talk swirling since Christmas.
The Blues manager is expected to be appointed as Massimiliano Allegri's successor at the Turin club and claims suggest the Brazil-born Italy worldwide could follow his coach.
"I am manager of this club and I am very proud to be manager of this club".
"I know exactly what I don't want".
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Given all this, Sarri still guided his team to third in the league, made two major finals both home and overseas and lifted the Europa League trophy. So it wasn't that bad.
Benitez is still under contract with Newcastle, but that deal expires at the end of June, and Chelsea are looking to secure his signature and prevent losing him to other suitors.
"And I know what I want, in terms of not a specific club but the nature of the job, the dimension of the job, I know what I want".
"Me? I want Sarri to stay". "I will actually be surprised if they look elsewhere. They hated him he couldn't wait to get out whilst throwing a trophy in the cabinet on the way out".
According to reports from the Mail Online, ex-Chelsea legend and Derby County manager Frank Lampard was spotted with friend and ex-colleague Didier Drogba in and around London as rumours heat up about a potential move back to Stamford Bridge.
"I think he has done a good job", said the BT Sport pundit. You can see he can carry himself in a particular way in front of the media and in the football club and he can change things within a season.