Chelsea assistant coach Marco Ianni was fined £6 000 by the Football Association on Tuesday after his wild celebrations in front of Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Sunday's 2-1 win over Everton did little to lift the gloom around Old Trafford, with United manager Jose Mourinho under scrutiny following a spluttering run which has seen key players fail to produce consistent performances.
Speaking a few days after the game, Sarri hinted that Ianni would accept any FA punishment and confirmed that he will give his assistant another chance.
The FA reminded United boss Mourinho, Chelsea and Manchester United of their responsibilities in the aftermath of the incident, which occurred at the end of the 2-2 Premier League draw.
Mourinho had launched an unexpected defence of Ianni after former Manchester United star Phil Neville called for the assistant's sacking.
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But the FA opened disciplinary proceedings, and Ianni has now been fined.
"He said sorry immediately and it was really very important I think that he realised he was wrong", Sarri said. I don't think he deserves to be sacked.
'And so I think that I want to give him another opportunity.
"I am not annoyed with anything", Mourinho said.
"The assistant has already come to me and apologised".