Maurizio Sarri has demanded the Chelsea board to make a quick decision about his future as the vacant position at Juventus gets close to being filled.
Massimiliano Allegri stepped down from the managerial position at Turin this week and Sarri’s name has immediately been linked in a long line of replacements. The Italian’s tumultuous debut season at the Stamford Bridge has left the club’s supporters torn over whether to keep him or not.
Sarri himself has admitted to finding difficulty in implementing his philosophy at the club. He has faced issues with the players and things are not expected to get easier with the impending transfer ban.
Setting all problems aside, Sarri has delivered Champions League football with a third-place Premier League finish and has taken the club to two cup finals. At some other club, this could be considered as success but not at Chelsea.
Reports claim that Roman Abramovich has already made the decision to sack the 60-year-old after the Europa League final. Sarri, however, will be pushing for a closer judgement call.
The Bianconeri will not wait around for the former Napoli boss since there are other notable figures available. Antonio Conte and Carlo Ancelotti are at the top of their wishlist and so is Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino.
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