Sarri oversaw Chelsea’s worst ever Premier League defeat this afternoon as his side were swept aside 6-0 by Man City.
The Blues boss is facing pressure from fans who want him out of Stamford Bridge as soon as possible.
Sarri seemed calm about the situation when speaking to British media, who asked about his future at the club.
But the Italian has aimed a huge dig at Chelsea owner Roman Abrmaovich while taking questions from reporters in his native country.
Speaking to Sky Sport Italia, Sarri said: “If the President calls, I’ll be happy, seeing as I never hear from him.”
And the Chelsea manager went to discuss the 6-0 defeat, which means he could soon be out of a job.
“We’ll need to find the explanation for all this over the next few hours,” he added.
“My sensations before kick-off were good, as they were during the week. We conceded a stupid goal in the opening minutes that affected us for the whole game.
“Manchester City play fantastic football and I saw an extraordinary team.
“We had a total blackout.”
Sarri headed straight down the tunnel at full-time, accidentally snubbing Pep Guardiola, who tried to shake his opposite number’s hand.
“I just didn’t see Pep, as at that moment I just wanted to go into the dressing room,” he continued.
“Then, as I always do, I went to salute him afterwards.”
Chelsea now sit sixth in the Premier League and are facing an uphill battle in the race to finish in the top four.