- Zola will follow Sarri to Juventus.
- The 52-year-old open to a Premier League return in the future.
Chelsea and Sarri have agreed to part ways after one season in English top Division football, the latter will be joining Italian giants Juventus.
Former Blues player and Club legend Frank Lampard has emerged as the favorite to succeed the 60-year-old.
Another club legend whose future at the Bridge his uncertain is Gianfranco Zola. The Italian joined the managerial team at Stamford Bridge last summer to work alongside Sarri as an assistant manager.
Zola had a one-year contract with Chelsea as an assistant manager, however, the Club offered an ambassadorial role at Stamford Bridge following his contract expiration. Sky Sports report the 52-year-old is looking to continue with his coaching career.
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The former Chelsea forward managed Cagliari in the Italian Seria A during the 2014/15 season, After three months in charge of Cagliari, Zola was sacked because he couldn’t help the club avoid relegation during his ten games in charge, the Club reinstated Zdenek Zeman as Manager.
Zola believes in the future he will be open to opportunities in England, the 52-year old is, however, returning to Italy with Maurizio Sarri.
Savechelsea.net brings you the latest development with Chelsea’s, Lampard will thrive as Chelsea’s head coach.
Former Chelsea managers Ruud Gullit and Roberto De Matteo believe Lampard has all that’s required to succeed as Chelsea’s manager and his inexperience would not be a problem for him.