Italian champions Juventus have to pay a sizeable compensation fee to Chelsea if they want Blues boss to become their next permanent manager.
According to Goal, Chelsea won’t stand in the way of Juventus if they want to Chelsea boss Sarri as their new manager.
Maurizio Sarri is one of the front-runners for the vacant managerial position at the Juventus Stadium.
It was revealed that Juventus will have to pay a compensation fee of £5m to Chelsea for Sarri.
The managerial post at Juventus became vacant following the news that Maximiliano Allegri will step down as the manager after the last game of the season, an away trip to Sampdoria in the Italian Serie A.
Allegri has spent five years at Juventus since his appointment in 2014.
He has won five league titles as the Juventus manager in addition to four Coppa Italia titles.
Maximiliano Allegri also led the Old Lady to two Champions League finals in three seasons but he was unable to get his hand on the trophy.
Allegri and Juventus were beaten 3-1 by Spanish giants Barcelona during the 2015 Champions League final before they were thrashed by Real Madrid two years later.
Real Madrid defeated Juventus 4-1 during the 2017 Champions League final.