- Juventus have told players that Maurizio Sarri will replace departed Max Allegri in the dug out
- Both Chelsea and Juve chairman were spotted having a meeting believed to be on Sarri's future
- Sarri won his first trophy in his managerial career with Chelsea following Europa League triumph
Juventus stars have been hinted that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will be appointed as their new manager.
The Italian gaffer who led the Blues to win the Europa League title against Arsenal is set to walk away from the London club next season.
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck was spotted meeting with Juve's chairman Andrea Agnelli in the club's team hotel before the final in Baku.
And according to Italian news media outlet Tuttosport, the duo met to discuss Sarri's future and also claim that Sarri and Agnelli also had a private meeting.
The Italian champions have in the past week revealed they are interested in hiring Sarri to the point that players were informed to be expecting the 60-year-old to be in charge next campaign.
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Juventus will have to pay Chelsea a £5million compensation for Sarri, but its not understood that the Bianconeri are ready to cash-in.
The Blues were close to sacking Sarri during the 2018-19 campaign following a string of poor results and some sections of the club's fanbase also want the Italian kicked out.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger are set to go face to face again but this time in a TV studio.
The ex- Chelsea and Arsenal managers will be pundits on beIN SPORTS for the Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham on June 1.
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