Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will earn a significant pay rise at Italian champions Juventus after he agreed on a deal with them.
This is according to the publication from the Daily Mail which claimed that the Blues boss will earn £1.2m more on a yearly basis at Juventus.
Maurizio Sarri has two years left on the three-year deal that he signed when he was named the Chelsea manager last summer.
The former Napoli boss earns £5m per annum as the Chelsea manager and Juventus are prepared to pay him £6.2m annually.
Juventus officials are expected to meet with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia after the Europa League final on Wednesday to discuss compensation for Sarri.
- Title Race: Manchester City Are Stronger Than Liverpool
- EFL Cup: Can Arsenal record another famous victory over Tottenham?
- How Liverpool Beat Man City To Win FA Youth Cup
Sarri and Chelsea can end this season with a trophy when they face the Gunners in the Europa League final.
Chelsea have already sealed Champions League football next season via a third-placed finish at the end of the just concluded Premier League season but Arsenal is yet to achieve this feat.
Only a win over Chelsea would make Champions League football possible for the Gunners next season.
In addition to the Europa League final, Chelsea also reached the Carabao Cup final before they lost the trophy to Premier League champions Manchester City who retained the trophy they won last season via penalties.