Winning the Serie A title five times in five seasons is, without doubt, a fantastic achievement.
However, despite achieving what many people would deem to be an impossible feat, the Juventus boss, Massimiliano Allegri, has decided that this summer he will call time on his tenure in Turin.
As a result, the media are starting to go into overdrive as to who will fill the void his departure will leave.
One potential candidate, according to the news source, the Express, is our very own Mauricio Sarri with this particular source suggesting that Juventus have already approached Sarri about the role.
However, whilst those who are not endeared with ‘Sarriball’ might be jumping for joy, we should point out that another article from the same source, the Express, are pointing out that Juventus are also interested in the Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino.
But, whatever the outcome, one thing is clear, the managerial situation at Stamford Bridge, will according to the media vehicle, the Times, pointing out that Sarri has requested that a decision be made, relating to the managerial situation, immediately after the Europa League Final as his backroom staff are out of contract and need some clarity relating to their futures.
If that is the case, then axing Sarri might not be as expensive as first thought which leads me to ponder, what are the chances of Allegri coming to Chelsea and Sarri ending up at Juventus?
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