The British press writes late on Friday that Maurizio Sarri's time at the helm of Chelsea may be nearing its end.
According to The Sun, Chelsea officials were in talks with Italian coach Fali Ramadani and gave the green light for Sarri to leave Stamford Bridge if that was his intention.
If confirmed this scenario, the coach, 60, would be free to negotiate with Juventus, a club that has been singled out both by the English press and by the Italian press.
It is recalled that Sarri arrived in London earlier this season. In the first season in England, the coach won the first major trophy of the career – the Europa League – and reached a third place in the Premier League and was defeated finalist of the League Cup.