14 Jun Chelsea transfer information: Maurizio Sarri’s move to Juventus on verge of conclusion
The supervisor divide opinion throughout his time in London but may leave Stamford Bridge with a European name for his attempts
Maurizio Sarri will be declared as Juventus’ new head coach later Chelsea reached an arrangement with the Italian winners within a payment fee to launch the 60-year old by his responsibilities in Stamford Bridge.
Bianconeri official Fabio Paratici has spent the past couple of days in London talking with Chelsea manager Marina Granovskaia — owner Roman Abramovich’s right hand along with superbly wise negotiator — concerning a deal to its Europa League-winning manager.
Sources knowledgeable about the discussions have verified that an agreement has been reached and the finer details stay.
And, although the precise compensation figure which will be compensated to Chelsea isn’t fully evident, reports in Italy assert the Premier League side will get more than 5 million ($6m) from the offer.
What’s apparent, however, is that Sarri will make about $7m (#6m/$8m) annually across three seasons because of his services in Turin, together with the Cristiano Ronaldo-led side in the hunt for a Champions League title that has eluded a team which has come near on many events recently.
As for specialized personnel, the use of assistant coach is going to be entrusted to Giovanni Martusciello, who’d been operating alongside Luciano Spalletti in Inter, whilst fitness is going to be modulated by present Chelsea coach Paolo Bertelli.
Claudio Filippi will keep his standing as Juve’s goalkeeping coach, although functions are also given to Sarri’s long-time collaborators Luca Gotta and Marco Ianni. Additionally, retiring centre-back Andrea Barzagli was given a job, although the 38-year old is to provide a response.
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Seeing Chelsea’s soon-to-be-vacant supervisor’s position, Target has reported the former Blues celebrity Frank Lampard is being considered for the job despite having just 1 year of experience with Derby County — he did just narrowly overlook on advertising into the Premier League.
Truly, Lampard was endorsed by yet another club legend at Didier Drogba, who provided the prior midfielder his support when he feels prepared to make the leap from the Championship into the English top flight.
“Does he need to wait till he’s 40 or 50 to prepare?” Drogba advised Target . “When he feels prepared I do not think that it is too early”