Maurizio Sarri in talks with Juventus


Reports are growing rapidly that Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri is in talks with Juventus after the departure of Max Allegri, and he might reunite with Gonzalo
Higuain.

The announcement was made this afternoon that Allegri would be leaving Juve at the end of the season, ending his contract a year earlier by mutual consent.

He will hold a joint press conference with President Andrea Agnelli tomorrow afternoon, ending a five-year reign with 11 trophies.

According to Sportitalia, who has always been very close to Sarri during tense negotiations between Napoli and Chelsea last summer, the Italian coach is in talks
 to take over Juventus.

He would also be able to meet with Higuain, as Chelsea does not intend to have the loan move from Juve to a permanent exchange.

The Sarri link was also introduced by Sky Sport Italia, commentator Tancredi Palmeri, Tuttomercatoweb and Chelsea Coach is also bookies' favorite.

Ansa news agency notes that Sarri is 4.00 for the position, followed by Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino (4.75), Didier Deschamps (5.00), Lazio's Simone
Inzaghi (5.50) and Antonio Conte (5,50).

Sky Sport Italia has repeatedly mentioned the Bologna boss, Sinisa Mihajlovic.

Sarri had pushed Juve closer than any other during Allegri's reign, leading the Serie A table with Napoli for much of the season before capitulating at the end.

He took Chelsea to the Carabao Cup final and will play Arsenal in the Europa League final while he also secured third place in the Premier League during his debut
 campaign.

Sarri has been harshly criticized for sections of the Stamford Bridge fans this season despite strong results.

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