Chelsea will not prevent Sarri from going to Juventus if £5million compensation is agreed

Chelsea will not disrupt Maurizio Sarri if Juventus offered £5 million to take him back to Italy.

Sarri emerged as one of the top candidates for Juve's work after Max Allegri's departure and Chelsea are aware of the interest in their Italy coach, with Roma
 also seeking a new coach.

The Blues will not make any decisions about the future of Sarri, who was twice close to being fired this season, until after the Europa League final against Arsenal
 next week.

The qualification for the Champions League, along with the possibility of a trophy, reinforced Sarri's prospects of holding the post at Chelsea for a second season,
 although criticism of the club's post-season trip to America did not go down well.

Sarri has publicly insisted he wants to stay in Chelsea and England, but there are suspicions that he would like to return to Serie A.

With doubts about his future and the club still worried about his relationship with a group of fans, Chelsea would not try to keep Sarri against his will if he
 expressed the desire to succeed Allegri at Juve.

The 60-year-old has 12 months remaining on his £ 5 million contract a year, meaning Chelsea will demand compensation if Juve make a move.

Allowing Sarri to join Juve, or any other club, would save Chelsea from the threat of another legal battle with a coach if they fired him during the summer or next
 season.

Chelsea's dispute with former coach Antonio Conte has come to a Premier League court and could cost more than 9 million pounds.

If Chelsea were awarded compensation for Sarri, he could reinvest the money to name his successor. Frank Lampard is a candidate who still has two years left in his
contract with Derby County.

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