Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri will sign a lucrative deal to become the new Juventus manager according to Italian media outlet Corriere della Sera.
It was revealed that Juventus have offered him a three-year deal worth €7m on a yearly basis.
The Italian champions have made Sarri their top transfer target in the quest to replace Maximiliano Allegri who resigned as the Juventus manager last month after leading Juventus to their eighth league title in a row.
Sarri was made the top managerial target at Juventus after Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola snubbed them in favour of continuing his revolution at the Etihad Stadium.
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Spanish tactician Guardiola enhanced his reputation as the best manager on the world football stage after leading Manchester City to an unprecedented domestic treble.
Maurizio Sarri has already told senior Chelsea officials that he wants to leave the club this summer just one year after he was named as the new Blues manager shortly after leaving Italian Serie A giants Napoli.
He signed a two-year deal to become the Chelsea manager last summer with the option of an additional year.
Juventus have been told that they have to buy out the remaining £5m one-year contract on his current deal with the West London giants for him to be free to join them as their new manager this summer.