Juventus want to appoint Maurizio Sarri as their new manager after Champions League final

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Juventus are keen to make Chelsea's Maurizio Sarri their new manager
Juventus are eager to make Chelsea’s Maurizio Sarri their new manager (Image: Getty)

Juventus have made Maurizio Sarri their high goal to substitute Massimiliano Allegri and reportedly want to announce the Chelsea boss as their new manager after the Champions League final.

Allegri gained 5 Serie A titles and 4 Coppa Italia trophies throughout his five-year spell in Turin and Juventus are eager to appoint his successor within the close to future.

Sarri has emerged as the Italian membership’s first-choice goal and the Chelsea boss met with Juventus officers final week with a view to turning into their subsequent manager, in accordance to Sky Sports.

It’s claimed Sarri’s agent, Fali Ramadani, will meet Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia to focus on the phrases of his exit on Thursday, following the Europa League final towards Arsenal.

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Sarri, who led Chelsea to a third-place end within the Premier League and the Carabao Cup final, is alleged to be open to a return to Italy, having managed Napoli earlier than becoming a member of the Blues.

Regardless of wanting to safe Sarri’s signature, Sky Sports activities declare Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici is not going to announce his appointment earlier than the Champions League final.

That’s as a result of the Serie A giants are eager to maintain their choices open and will look to make a shock method for Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp or Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino.

The Juventus board are additionally believed to be admirers of Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi.

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Massimiliano Allegri has left Juventus after five years
Massimiliano Allegri has left Juventus after 5 years (Image: Getty)

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has been closely linked with a return to Stamford Bridge if Sarri does depart.

The previous England midfielder took over at Derby County final summer time and led the Rams to the Championship play-off final, the place they have been overwhelmed by Aston Villa.

Lampard was requested concerning the Chelsea hyperlinks after the 2-1 defeat at Wembley and mentioned: ‘I’m not within the hypothesis.

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‘It’s no more doubtless that I’ll go away [after Derby lost the play-off final]. I’ll sit down with Mel [Derby owner Melvyn Morris] within the subsequent few days – he’s been good.

‘I’ve received a two-year contract and I like working at this place. We’ll see what occurs.’

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