Makelele won two Premier League titles with the Blues.
After many anecdotes have emerged about Sarri's enigmatic operation, Luiz has confirmed the mood at Stamford Bridge is a world away from what it was just months ago.
Chelsea winger Willian has claimed that he'd like to stay at Stamford Bridge for another 5 years if possible, with the Brazil worldwide recently celebrating being with the Blues for half-a-decade.
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'We have a new coach with new tactics, new philosophy, new everything to be honest, ' Fabregas said. "He wants to play with the ball, he wants to play with intensity, to work on the details and to give us all the information he can about the next game and the opponent". "I think in one week he will be ready to play".
"Chelsea's a big club with the opportunity to fight every year for titles and there is also pressure to get results quickly", he said.
Chelsea endured a hard campaign in 2017-18 and their dismal performance only helped them finish 5th in the league table, which made them unqualified to participate in the UEFA Champions League.
"At the moment, I can only see City or Liverpool [winning it], at the moment", he told a media conference.
While dethroning champions Manchester City might be a tough ask, Makelele - a two-time Premier League victor with the Blues - is expecting big things from Sarri. David Luiz looks set to become one of the regulars for Chelsea this season.