- Maurizio Sarri wants to make Chelsea's training ground his residential home when he becomes the coach
- The 59-year-old former Napoli coach is said to have agreed to replace Antonio Conte this summer at Stamford Bridge
- But Chelsea are yet to make any official statement about his imminent arrival
Italian professional football coach Maurizio Sarri is now said to be planning to live at Chelsea's training ground when he becomes the Blues' new gaffer.
The 59-year-old former Napoli coach is reportedly being expected in London in the next 24 hours and will sign a two-year deal at Stamford Bridge.
Maurizio wants to base himself at Cobham as he begins the task of remolding the Blues' squad before the first-team players return on July 9 according to UK Mirror.
Chelsea are yet to announce the departure of Antonio Conte who won the FA Cup title last season, and this must be done before a new man will be announced as his replacement.
There have been reports that the Blues' chiefs want to compensate Antonio Conte with big money for him to face the exit doors at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are yet to buy or sell any player this summer as the Blues will kick off their 2018/19 Premier League campaign against Huddersfield Town.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how incoming Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri reportedly informed the Blues chiefs to make Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain their first signing.
The 59-year-old former Napoli coach has been touted to take over from Antonio Conte at the Stamford Bridge this summer.
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