Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will reportedly leave the West London giants to join Italian champions Juventus in the new week.
According to the Guardian, Italian tactician Sarri will sign for Juventus next week on a three-year deal.
Maurizio Sarri will be the new permanent manager at Juventus following the exit of Maximiliano Allegri who led them to the Scudetto for the eighth straight season.
Maurizio Sarri will earn £6.2m per annum at Juventus which represents a significant increase on his salary at Chelsea.
The 60-year-old earned £5m on a yearly basis at Chelsea whom he joined shortly after leaving Napoli.
Sarri signed for Chelsea on a two-year deal last summer with the option of a third year.
He had a topsy-turvy debut season at Stamford Bridge which ended with the Europa League title.
Maurizio Sarri led Chelsea to win the Europa League title by beating Arsenal 4-1 in the finals last month thereby winning his first trophy as a manager.
Apart from the Europa League feat, Sarri also led the Blues to a third-place finish at the end of the latest Premier League season thus securing a return to Champions League football for Chelsea.
He also reached the Carabao Cup final before his Chelsea team lost to Manchester City on penalties.