Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is the leading candidate for the Juventus managerial job according to widespread reports emanating from the Italian media.
Juventus are on the lookout for a new manager after it was confirmed that current boss Maximiliano Allegri will leave the club this summer.
The imminent exit of Allegri was confirmed last week by the club.
The Italian tactician led Juventus to five Italian Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia titles as well as two Champions League finals while he was the manager.
His last game as a Juventus manager is this weekend.
Allegri will take charge of Juventus for the final time when the Italian champions travel to take on Sampdoria in the last game of this season in the Italian Serie A.
According to the publication from trusted Italian news outlet Tuttosport, Chelsea boss Sarri is the front-runner for the Juventus job.
His future at Chelsea is not certain and he has talked about the possibility of returning to Italy.
Sarri has revealed that he would be open to a return to Italy if he was given his marching orders at Chelsea.
Apart from Maurizio Sarri, other top managers like Jose Mourinho (unattached), Mauricio Pochettino (Tottenham Hotspur) and Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) have also been linked with the Juventus job.