- Maurizio Sarri has requested to leave Chelsea after agreeing to personal terms with Juventus.
- Sarri tasted silverware for the first time in management on Wednesday.
- Sarri is tempted with the prospect of replacing Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus.
Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri could return to Italy after making an agreement with Juventus over a coaching role.
Last summer, the Italian signed a 3-year deal with Chelsea but his future at the club is not yet guaranteed. Sarri continually placed the ball in Chelsea’s court by insisting that he wants to stay at Chelsea and that he can stay at the Bridge for as long as he was wanted.
But Juventus’ unbelievable decision to part ways with their manager, Massimiliano Allegri has changed Sarri’s outlook and SaveChelsea believes that the Italian has agreed to move to Turin.
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On Friday, his representatives met with the Chelsea board and demanded the club to allow Sarri’s move to Juventus.
Chelsea would be willing to let Sarri leave the club and could woo Derby County boss, Frank Lampard to Stamford Bridge.
We reported that Sarri still tempted by Juventus move despite Europa success
Maurizio Sarri has been continually linked to Juventus and could be tempted on making a return to Italy.
The Italian led Chelsea to the finals of the Carabao Cup, a third-place finish in the Premier League and won the UEFA Europa League title.