Sarri reportedly told Chelsea to land 70 million transfer target.
Chelsea’s incoming Manager Maurizio Sarri has reportedly told the club to rival Liverpool and Real Madrid for Roma’s goalkeeper Allison.
The Brazilian has been the subject of intense speculation regarding an imminent exit from the Italian club amid reports Real Madrid and Liverpool are in a tug of war to land the shot stopper’s signature.
Allison is reported to have told Roma chiefs about the Spanish club being his preferred destination with Madrid seemingly on the verge of a deal until the club’s derisory bid for the player was instantly rejected.
Chelsea appear set to name Maurizio Sarri as its latest managerial appointee with the departure of Antonio Conte imminent and recent reports have claimed the Napoli Manager appears highly interested in the player and have reportedly told his prospective club to compete at whatever costs in the battle to sign the 26- year –old.
Chelsea number 1 goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is reportedly not intending on signing a new contract and is understood to be favouring a move back to Spain at the end of the ongoing Mundial and Sarri is keen on sorting his goalkeeping situation prior to his first season in charge of the London club.