Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is on his way out of the club despite leading the West London giants to the Europa League title.
Sarri won his first title as a manager after his Chelsea team defeated London rivals Arsenal 4-1 in their Europa League final clash in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The Italian tactician has been heavily linked with the vacant managerial job at Italian champions Juventus amidst the uncertainty surrounding his job as the Chelsea manager.
According to Sky Italia, his agent Fali Ramadani will negotiate his exit from Chelsea at a meeting with Blues director Marina Granovskaia later on Thursday.
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Juventus are keen to make Maurizio Sarri their new manager after they were snubbed by their first choice Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City manager Guardiola was the first choice option for the Juventus officials but the Spanish tactician opted to continue his English dominance with the Citizens rather than leave for Juventus.
Juventus are in need of a new manager after Maximiliano Allegri left the club at the end of the just concluded Italian Serie A season.
Allegri had won an eight straight league title for Juventus before his exit.
Juventus managerial job favourite Sarri has had a topsy-turvy season at Chelsea but the Italian tactician was able to end it with a trophy in addition to securing Champions League football via a third-placed finish in the league.