Maurizio Sarri has officially left Chelsea at the end of this season and has agreed to make a move to Serie A club, Juventus. The Italian manager is reported to have earmarked two of Chelsea’s players he would like to bring with him to Juventus once he is confirmed as Massimiliano Allegri successor. The 60-year-old manager is ready to walk away from The Stamford Bridge stadium after only 10 tumultuous months. His experience with The Blues probably is not his best experience as a manager. In the past 10 months, he has fallen out with and isolated a number of Chelsea’s players, he also being abused regularly by some of Chelsea’s fans. But at the end of this season, he helped The Blues achieved Champions League qualification and Europa League title.
Maurizio Sarri is reported to have told The Blues management about his intention to quit after they are crushing Arsenal in the Europa League final with a 4-1 victory. He is believed to be the successor of Massimiliano Allegri whose decide to left Juventus. Following his decision to make a move to Juventus, the former Napoli coach has earmarked two of Chelsea’s players he would like to bring with him to Turin. They are Gonzalo Higuain and Emerson Palmieri.
Sarri Will Convince Juventus To Restore Gonzalo Higuain Position
Meanwhile, Jorginho, the fulcrum of his Napoli side who recently joined Chelsea last summer, is thought to be untouchable given the lengths at which the Blues side went to snatch the Italy international player from under the noses of Manchester City last summer. In any case, Maurizio Sarri is said to have already decided that Miralem Pjanic will play in the midfield pivot role.
Company slot Malaysia also believe Maurizio Sarri will try to convince Juventus to restore Gonzalo Higuain to their squad. Gonzalo Higuain just recently joined Chelsea as a loan in January 2019 after spends sometimes with AC Milan on a loan. The 31-year-old player considered as a surplus in Massimiliano Allegri following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at the beginning of last season.