Maurizio Sarri and Juventus are getting closer. Today the former Napoli manager met in London with Marina Granovskaia, Chelsea's executive director, he had previously met with agent Fali Ramadani. Sarri made his intention clear: he wants to return to Italy, he reiterated this during the meeting - there are multiple reasons for this: sporting, personal and familial reasons. Chelsea acknowledged his request.
The parties will meet again in the next few days, Marina Granovskaia will keep Abramovich updated. Should Sarri leave, they'll have to find a replacement with Frank Lampard at the top of the list. The Blues keep the right to tell Sarri how they expect him to leave.
Juventus is waiting just like Sarri. But both parties are hoping for no issues from Chelsea since the two clubs have an excellent relationship. Today the bianconeri were in touch with Sarri, they agreed to sign the contract once they get the go ahead from Chelsea. The deal will take a few days should there be no second thoughts from Abramovich.