- Maurizio Sarri has been linked with a move to Italian club Roma
- Sarri has been under serious pressure at Chelsea since defeats against the two Manchester clubs
- Roma chiefs are said to have met the former Napoli manager in London where they had dinner together
Italian club Roma are reportedly interested in hiring embattled Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri as their next manager at the end of the ongoing season in Europe.
Defeats against Bournemouth, Manchester City and Manchester United this season has put Maurizio Sarri under serious pressure at Stamford Bridge.
The former Napoli coach was also slammed by Chelsea fans after their recent defeat against Manchester United which sent the Blues out of this season's FA Cup championship.
Maurizio Sarri's future at Chelsea is now unclear with the news that he could be fired before the end of the season.
Roma want to explore the uncertainty surrounding the future of Maurizio Sarri to lure him back to the Italian Serie A.
Franco Baldini and president James Pallotta are said to have had dinner with Maurizio Sarri in London, according to La Reppublica.
The report added that the current Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco is likely to leave at the end of the season with sporting director Monchi's future uncertain.
Meanwhile, Maurizio Sarri and his wards are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League standings with 50 points after 26 games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how legendary English goalkeeper David Seaman claimed that his former manager at Arsenal Arsene Wenger will be a perfect replacement for Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea.
Although current Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has not been fired at Stamford Bridge, but there have been reports that the Blues' board would show him the exit doors.
Recently, Chelsea have not been impressive under Maurizio Sarri in all competitions, and this situation has put the Italian under serious pressure.
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