- Chelsea wants compensation fee paid for Sarri.
- Sarri hints on Chelsea exit.
Chelsea‘s hefty compensation demand has delayed the deal of Maurizio Sarri potential move to Juventus.
It’s no news that Juventus are interested in bringing in Sarri as Allegri’s replacement and it clear that signing him would come at a cost.
The former Napoli coach met expectations at Chelsea by the closing of the season but was still subjected to a rather sentimental treatment by the fans.
With a rather rough start to life at the English premier league of which he later out did himself by guiding the blues to a third position finish in the league and a Europa league triumph.
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The 60-year old job was unsafe at Chelsea and until he delivered at the end of the season, Chelsea executives are now keen to keep him at the club, But from the looks of things a move to Juventus is now imminent.
According to ESPN, the Old ladies are optimistic in getting the service of Maurizio Sarri in coming season without having to pay any compensation fee to Chelsea.
Quintessentially, Chelsea top men have requested a fee £5m in compensation from Juventus for Sarri’s appointment, having paid a sum of £4.4m to get him from Napoli.
The current Chelsea boss added fuel to the already burning flame when he gave a verdict on how tough he’s had it at Chelsea and would love to return home(Italy) because he misses it.
“For us Italians, the lure of home is strong,”
he told Vanity Fair.
“You feel something is missing. It has been a difficult year.
“I start feeling the weight of my friends being so far, of my elderly parents who I see so rarely.”
Fabio Paratici Juventus sporting director insisted that the club are in work in progress to bring a successor for Allegri for the coming season and he doesn’t know it would be.
“We have very clear ideas and we are working.
“It takes a moment, we have a range of coaches, there is not only one name.
“How long will it take? There is no time limit, we are working very quietly.”
We recently reported on Jorginho’s thoughts on Sarri’s exit rumors; It would be surprising if Mauricio Sarri leaves Chelsea.