- Maurizio Sarri is reportedly willing to remain at Chelsea next season
- The Italian gaffer has been rumoured to become Juventus next manager
- Sarri wants his tactics and man-management style to be supported
Maurizio Sarri is looking to turn down a move to Juventus if Chelsea gives him assurances of what he wants next season.
According to The Times, the former Napoli manager is willing to remain at Stamford Bridge but insists the club must support his tactics and man-management style.
Sarri has come under heavy criticisms by supporters all through the season but is starting to win over fans after a Champion league finish and a Europa League trophy.
The Italian's treatment over Callum Hudson-Odoi and midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek as well as his persistent use of Mateo Kovacic in midfield frustrated fans.
Both Chelsea and Juventus chiefs held talks in Baku before the Europa League final to discuss Sarri's future.
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The 60-year-old has just one-year remaining on his current deal and Juve are willing to fork out the £5million required to pay off his contract.
Sarri will hold talks with the club director Marina Granovskaia in the coming days which will determine his future.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that 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.
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