Maurizio Sarri set to leave Chelsea ahead of Juventus' proposed summer move

Maurizio Sarri set to leave Chelsea ahead of Juventus' proposed summer move

- Maurizio Sarri has been linked with a move to replace Massimiliano Allegri this summer

- The Italian born manager won Europa League title for the Blues this season despite his side's struggles earlier in the season

- Sarri has one more year on his current deal with the Stamford Bridge outfit but that will not deter him from leaving the club

Europa League champions Chelsea are reportedly ready to release their manager Maurizio Sarri this summer.

The Italian born tactician has been heavily linked with a move to join Juventus despite having one more season left on his current deal with the club.

According to Sky Sports, Sarri who won his first major title last month has been tipped to replace Massimiliano Allegri before the start of next season.

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The former Napoli handler joined the Blues in August 2018, replacing compatriot Antonio Conte as the head coach of the Premier League outfit.

Sarri, according to the publication was said to have hold talks with the Blues' director Marina Granovskaia on Friday and she promised to talk to the club's owner Roman Abramovich about his future.

Reports from the Old Lady's camp insisted that Sarri succeeding Massimiliano Allegri as Juve boss and it is expected to happen quickly.

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Meanwhile, the Serie A champions are plotting to sign Tottenham right-back Kieran Trippier, who is also drawing interest from Napoli.

Trippier is seen as a potential replacement for Portuguese international Joao Cancelo as he could leave the Bianconeri along with veteran Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic.

Legit.ng previously reported that Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has threatened to walk out of his contract if winning the Europa League is the only condition to keep his job.

The Blues battle fellow Premier League side Arsenal in the final of UEFA second tier championship next week in Azerbaijan.

Sarri will be hoping to win silverware for the club to make his first season memorable, having lost out of other domestic trophies.

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