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Maurizio Sarris agent flying into London to negotiate Chelsea exit

The Italian could return to his homeland after just one year (Picture: Getty)
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By Sunday Herald Team , in Sports , at May 30, 2019

Maurizio Sarri's agent flying into London to negotiate Chelsea exit
The Italian could return to his homeland after just one year (Picture: Getty)

Maurizio Sarris agent will fly to London in the coming hours to try and negotiate his exit from Stamford Bridge, with the Italian reportedly keen to be allowed to join Juventus.

The 60-year-old won the first trophy of his career on Wednesday night as Chelsea secured a 4-1 victory over Arsenal in the Europa League final, although thoughts have already turned to his future.

Despite a very strong first season, fans have not taken to Sarri-ball while Juve have made the former Napoli boss their top choice to replace Massimiliano Allegri.

Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri lifts the trophy after winning the Europa League Final soccer match between Arsenal and Chelsea at the Olympic stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan, Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Chelsea won 4-1. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
Sarri guided Chelsea to third place in the Premier League and two Cup finals (Picture: AP)

According to Gianluca Di Marzio, the coming hours and days will quickly decide Sarris future, with his agent, Fali Ramadani, flying from Milan to London to speak to Chelseas board.

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His preference is to be allowed to join Juventus and Ramadani has been tasked with finding an agreement that suits all parties.

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A few weeks ago that would have been easy, with Chelsea having reservations about their future under Sarri and already think about replacing him with Frank Lampard, but the sides Europa League success has given cause to reconsider that stance.

The Blues could also demand a bigger compensation fee to let Sarri leave now, despite having been considering sacking him not so long ago.

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