"The injury [last season] was very bad for me and my head, but when the ball goes into the net everything changes". His team were praised for their eye-catching, attacking style but failed to win a trophy, a reality bemoaned by De Laurentiis in an interview with L'Equipe. "There's a bit of a feeling around Newcastle at the moment, and I think Chelsea will take advantage".
"I have spoken with him twice this week after I spoke with the club, so I think that he will remain with us".
Loftus-Cheek was dropped from Chelsea's matchday squad to make room for loan signing Mateo Kovacic against Arsenal last week, while Abraham has not made the substitutes' bench in either of the Blues' opening two Premier League games.
The England worldwide came off the bench for the final 22 minutes in Chelsea's 3-0 opening day win over Huddersfield but was not included in their squad for the victory against Arsenal last weekend.
The Spaniard was once again left feeling frustrated and let down at the end of another transfer window at St James' Park, with Newcastle ending the summer nearly 20 million pounds in profit.
'We can speak again about his situation but only in December'.
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"The past year was very hard for me, not just with confidence", Morata told Chelsea's official website.
On the subject of Loftus-Cheek, Sarri added: "I am not able to promise anything to anybody". It's up to him. I usually look at the training and then I decide.
"Here the problem is the bench because, in Italy, the players' list for the match is 23; here only 18".
"It's easier for an offensive player, but for a defender it's more hard so at this moment he needs to have much more training with us". "But I think like Eden it's possible for him to play for 60-65 minutes".
"There was no real rush for me to move to another team", he told Sky Sports.