Maurizio Sarri wants Juventus to sign Chelsea duo of Jorginho and Emerson

Maurizio Sarri wants Juventus to sign Chelsea duo of Jorginho and Emerson

- Maurizio Sarri has informed Juventus he wants the duo of Jorginho and Emerson Palmieri

- The Italian tactician replaced fellow countryman Max Allegri at the Turin-based club

- Sarri also wants the club to sign want-away Man United star Paul Pogba

Maurizio Sarri has reportedly told Juventus to raid Chelsea for the signings of Jorginho and Emerson Palmieri this summer

Chelsea confirmed Sarri's departure from the club on Sunday, June 16, before being announced new Juventus manager.

The Italian tactician is now set to succeed fellow countryman Massimiliano Allegri who left the Turin-based side at the end of last season.

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Sarri managed to steer Chelsea to a third-place finish in the Premier League before winning them the Europa League title after defeating Arsenal in the finals.

Despite his arguably impressive debut as manager in the Premier League, the 60-year-old failed to win over Chelsea's support base which often criticized his style of play.

Sarri shifted N'Golo Kante from his role at the heart of the Blues' midfield, replacing him Jorginho who joined him at the west London club from Napoli In one of the key changes Sarri effected at the club.

However, after spending just a season in the EPL, Sarri is once again ready to take Jorginho with him to Juventus to help implement his style of play with the Italian champions.

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According to a UK Metro report citing The Times, Emerson Palmieri is the other Chelsea player that Sarri is keen to have at Juve.

Be that as it may, it remains to be seen if Chelsea would be ready to offload two of their senior squad members this summer amid a looming two-window transfer ban.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Premier League giants Chelsea have confirmed they have parted ways with their manager Maurizio Sarri this summer after just one year in charge of the club.

The Italian born tactician guided the Blues to their second ever Europa League title following their 4-1 win over Arsenal in Baku in May.

He is now headed back to his home country to become the next Juventus manager having reached an agreement with the Stamford Bridge side to terminate his contract early.

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