- Maurizio Sarri could be named Juventus manager this summer
- The current Chelsea boss has been tipped above Antonio Conte to land the job
- Sarri's future at Stamford Bridge is unclear at the moment following the Blues failure to compete for the Premier League title
Italian League champions Juventus have reportedly made Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri top target to replace Massimiliano Allegri at the club this summer.
The Old Lady became coach-less despite emerging Serie A champions at the end of the recently concluded season following their departure of the 51-year-old.
This development has however forced the Turin based outfit to shop for new manager with the current Blues boss topping the chart to succeed Allegri.
His journey in the Premier League was not particularly spectacular but he was able to help them finish third on the log.
While the Stamford Bridge outfit are through to the final of this season's Europa League final where they will face fellow EPL side Arsenal in Baku.
According to SunSport, Sarri became top target to be named new Juve manager after Cristiano Ronaldo was said to have disapproved Conte's appointment.
The former Chelsea handler managed the Italian club earlier in his career - winning three Serie A titles before coaching the country's national team between 2-14 and 2014.
Massimiliano Allegri ended his five year reign at the Allianz Stadium this month having led the old Lady to their fifth consecutive league triumph under his reign.
He won a total of 11 trophies at the club but his aim of winning the Champions League title failed twice following his side's defeats to Barcelona and Real Madrid in the process.
Legit.ng earlier reported that former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte could be named new Inter Milan boss at the end of this season as replacement Luciano Spalletti.
The 49-year-old tactician has been out of job following his departure from Stamford Bridge last summer just after two seasons at the club.
Conte clinch the Premier League title in his first year and capped it off with the FA Cup before being shown the exit doors - one year before his contract expires at the club.
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