Chelsea Manager, Mauricio Sarri has told former Nigerian global, Victor Moses that he is not in his plans and therefore should be ready to leave.
The Blues are in Premier League action at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon.
Drinkwater has played just once for the Blues this season, in the Community Shield, while Moses has made six appearances. There's creases that Sarri will be hoping to iron out, but when you have players like Hazard at your disposal, there is no roof on how much your team can achieve.
"I don't want to think about the record now, because we have to think only about the match", Sarri said.
Asked then if he could have foretold this start to his Chelsea career, Sarri replied: "No, because in every experience that I have had before, I was in trouble in the first two months". I don't know [if they have a future at Chelsea].
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Reports rom London said Sarri has already held clear-the-air talks with Moses and told the star he is not in plans for the team, hence his absence on Wednesday.
The Blues are now unbeaten in the Premier League, with Maurizio Sarri setting a new club-record in making it this far without suffering defeat. It's now 15 games unbeaten since the start of the season, and it's always helpful to maintain momentum in the cup competitions, especially when it keeps squad players fit and interested. You have to look at the League Cup, Europa League and the national team. I have to look at all the competitions, because 90 minutes is 90 minutes.
"That's how we left it, and I think that's what he hoped to hear from me, and expected".
Sarri also appeared to rule out a January loan move for Ruben Loftus-Cheek but insists the midfielder must improve if he is to claim a regular place in his Premier League side.
"So we'll need to change there too, of course".