- Sarri to Juventus would be betrayal to Neapolitans.
- Former Sarri player hopes Sarri stays at Chelsea.
- Jorginho refuse to believe Sarri is leaving.
Insigne was a former Sarri player back at the Serie A when Sarri coached Napoli, before Sarri joined Chelsea last season.
Sarri managed Napoli for three seasons and built a formidable team out of the Neaopolitan side before joining Chelsea last summer, the Italian have now been linked with a move back to Italy.
The 60-year-old admitted the call of home is strong as he edges near a move to Juventus for the coming Serie A season.
Insigne scored 47 goals in 139 appearances under Mauricio Sarri, the Napoli captain believes Mauricio Sarri shouldn’t join Juventus as they are key rival to their season’s campaign.
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The Italian international said;
“Sarri in Juventus for us Neapolitans would be a betrayal, and I hope he changes his mind.
“But you have to keep in mind that Sarri is a professional and he gave everything in Naples.
“He was very important to me for many reasons, if he went to Juventus he would hurt us but I can’t blame him. It’s his decision.”
Insigne comments triggered Jorginho’s verdict, former Napoli midfielder that was bought upon Sarri’s arrival at Stamford Bridge.
“I think it was a great season and I’d hate to see him go. The Napoli fans still have him in their hearts, it’s normal that they can get angry.
“They’re passionate, they can give you everything. They could treat it as a betrayal, they’re like that. We’ll see what happens.”
Chelsea has agreed to Sarri move to Juventus as recently reported by savechelsea.net.