"There are problems with Sarri freeing himself from Chelsea", Corsi told Italian TV channel Telelombardia. I know it's a smaller club but we have seen him do it.
The 56-year-old, who has won three Premier League titles, three League Cups and an FA Cup in his cumulative five years as Chelsea boss, spoke to beIN SPORTS, who he has been doing punditry for, about his managerial future back in March.
The Spaniard's connection to Liverpool, and his rivalry with Chelsea and Jose Mourinho during his tenure at Anfield, made him a very unwanted man at Stamford Bridge.
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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.
"I will actually be surprised if they look elsewhere - he is the ideal choice".
"I think he has done a good job", said the BT Sport pundit. "I hope not, though".
Maurizio Sarri is set to leave Chelsea ahead of the summer transfer window, as the Sarri did not go well along with the Chelsea's board.
Poyet has urged a former team-mate to seize the opportunity with both hands if he is offered the job, adding: "I think it's a lovely job and, if he has the chance, Frank has to jump at it. He knows the club, he knows the politics inside the club and he knows you need to have a different way of playing".