- Juventus allegedly agrees on terms with Chelsea for Sarri deal.
- Sarri to pen a new contract at Juventus soon.
It’s understood that Juventus have reached an agreement with Chelsea over the deal to bring Sarri to Turin, as reported by Sky Italia yesterday.
The deal is still assumptions and believed to be rumoured as there is no official confirmation for neither of the clubs, although the Italian manager is expected to pen a three-year contract at Juventus soon.
Max Allegri left the club at the end of the season after winning the Serie A title and Coppa Italia for the Old lady, Juventus recognizes Sarri as the best replacement for him.
Chelsea wants Five million pounds in compensation to allow the Italian manager to leave, Juventus have reportedly agreed to this term yesterday and Sarri could be unveiled as Juventus new manager today as reported by BBC sports news.
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The Italian manager arrived from Naples in July 2018 to Chelsea, He won his first ever silverware with the Blues thrashing Arsenal 4-1 in Baku to win the Europa league and also guide Chelsea to a third-place finish in the premier league.
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Chelsea is currently on a search for a potential replacement for Maurizio Sarri who might be the first manager to conveniently beat them in their sacking game should his move to Juventus be confirmed.
Chelsea has attained a status for being ruthless with managers for over a decade and this has been the case since Roman Abramovich’s era. Managers are hardly given any reasonable time to imprint their identity on the team…continue reading.