June's Salary - Maurizio Sarri's Representative Thrashes Out Minor Issues With Chelsea

Tanya Simon
June 15, 2019

Sarri's Juventus contract is being worked on and is tipped to run for two years, with an option for a further year.

As Sarri departs, Frank Lampard, the Chelsea legend who now plies his trade as manager of Derby County in the Championship, is being lined up as a replacement with a deal reportedly only days away from confirmation.

Chelsea will be keen to secure a replacement well before the first senior players return for pre-season training in the first week of July, with Lampard high on their list of candidates.

Zola and Lampard played together at Chelsea between 2001-03, and the prospective new manager could decide to keep his former team-mate on his staff. Chelsea enjoy a fine relationship with Derby, whose chief executive Stephen Pearce left his role as finance director at Stamford Bridge in 2013.

The Blues were banned from making signings for the next two windows after being found guilty of breaching rules relating to the signings of foreign minors.

Chelsea have reached an agreement with Juventus that will see Muarizio Sarri take over as manager of the Italian side.

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Meanwhile, former Juve coach Allegri revealed on Thursday he intends to take a year off after leaving the Serie A champions.

Laurent Blanc is available but might be considered an uninspiring choice, not least by a supporter-base which, at times, made its frustration at life under Sarri all too obvious.

The ex-Chelsea man would jump at the chance to manage his former club I'm sure, but, having just lost their best player in Eden Hazard to Real Madrid and now being under a transfer embargo, perhaps this might be a fairly hard time to take the reigns.

Maurizio Sarri is set to return to Italy to take the vacant managerial role at Juventus and bring the curtain down on a fretful one-year stay at Chelsea.

Juventus believe Sarri's taskmaster approach will prove the flawless follow-up after Massimiliano Allegri's departure.

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