Manager Sarri happy to stay at Chelsea, if club still want him
The Italian has been linked with a move away from Chelsea at the end of the season.
Chelsea play Arsenal in the Europa League final in Baku on May 29 and Sarri said he was focused only on winning the trophy.
"My future is Wednesday, I think," he told a press conference. "I need only to think to the final in this moment. I have two more years of contract, so I have no contact with any clubs at the moment.
"I have to speak with my club first of all, after the final, I want to know if they are happy with me.
"I am very happy to stay in the Premier League, Chelsea is one of the most important clubs in the Premier League, so I'm very happy, but we have to discuss about the situation. It's normal at the end of the season to discuss, I think every club does this."
Sarri said he was hoping that midfielder N'Golo Kane can be fit for the final after injury.
"He had a part of training yesterday in the group, so we are optimistic," Sarri said.
Sarri also said he would respect whatever decision Eden Hazard, linked with a move to Real Madrid, makes.
"I don't know (if Hazard is going)," he said.
"I want to respect his decision. I don't know. I hope he will stay with us but we need to be ready if he will decide something different."
Chelsea's preparations have been interrupted by a trip to the United States for a pre-arranged match in Boston, a journey that saw Ruben Loftus-Cheek pick up an injury.
Sarri said a long season had taken its toll on his players, but vowed Chelsea would be ready for the final.
"We finished the Premier League tired," he said.
"After the match in Boston, we had three days off, I think we recovered and now we are working, then there are the last three days for preparing in the best way for the final.
"But it's not easy to prepare for a big final after 62 matches because the players are tired."