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Maurizio Sarri backed Ruben Loftus-Cheek to become "very important" for Chelsea in the coming weeks.

"Eddie came to Empoli three or four years ago for a few days, and then I had three days with him when Napoli played a friendly in Bournemouth last year", the Chelsea boss revealed.

The 22-year-old shone during a season-long loan spell with Crystal Palace last season, and he showed glimpses of his outstanding potential during England's World Cup campaign in Russian Federation this summer.

Asked why Loftus-Cheek has not featured more regularly for Chelsea so far this season, Sarri said: "Because he has to improve, just in order to play my football".

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Conte got off to a hard start to life as Chelsea manager, but after a switch to a three-at-the-back system, ended up steering The Blues to the Premier League title in his first season in England.

'I think that he will be important for sure. "He brought his Napoli team to play us previous year as well - they trained here for a couple of days, we played them and it was great to see him again".

"I know him very well".

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'I think so [he can push for a start].

"He has great qualities, from the physical point of view, from the technical point of view".

"They are very unsafe opponents for us, I think, because they are well organised, they are risky in counter-attacks, so I think the match will be very hard for us".

"We changed the position and, in the new position, he needs to improve".

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And Sarri, whose side host Bournemouth on Saturday, expects his gifted youngster to eventually emerge with Chelsea as well.

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