Speculation relating to the Chelsea future of Maurizio Sarri has kept us all entertained over the past week or so.
After guiding Chelsea to Europa League glory, with a fine 4-1 win against Arsenal in Baku, Sarri gave the broadest hint yet that he was set to head for the Stamford Bridge exit, Click Here when he spoke about being what we would call homesickness, missing his native Italy and his family and friends.
Today, the speculation continues to gather momentum with the Guardian nailing its colours to the mast by boldly proclaiming that not only is there substance to these ongoing rumours relating to the Italian’s departure but that Sarri will sign a three-year deal to become the next Juventus manager, as early as next week.
If that is the case, it could leave Chelsea in a precarious position.
The club could be looking to bring in a manager who would have to work with what he’s got, courtesy of the two-window transfer ban imposed upon the club by FIFA.
Now, in my opinion, that would reduce the wish-list considerably but, then again, the opportunity could be ideal for somebody who constantly preaches about giving youth a chance.
Any guesses as to who I may be referring to?
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