Juventus To Announce Sarri As New Manager Today On 3-Year Deal
Italian giants Juventus will announce Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as their new manager today according to the latest reports coming out of the British media.
According to Sky Sports, Maurizio Sarri will return to Italy to become the Juventus manager and that an official announcement is expected later on Friday.
He will sign a three-year deal as the new Juventus manager.
It was also revealed that Juventus will pay more than £5m in compensation to Chelsea for Sarri who still has one year left on his contract with the West London giants.
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Maurizio Sarri signed a two-year deal when he joined Chelsea last summer with the option of a third year.
He had left Italian Serie A club Napoli last summer after a three-year spell with the Champions League campaigners.
Frank Lampard is being lined up as his replacement at Chelsea who will pay just £3.5m in compensation to Derby County.
The Chelsea legend took his first managerial job at Derby County last summer and he has impressed a great deal in his first season as a manager.
The former Blues midfielder led the Rams to the final of the Championship playoffs before they were beaten 2-1 by Aston Villa as Derby County missed out on the chance to secure a place in the Premier League for the new season.