The future and fate of Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri at the Stamford Bridge is now under limelight after he was able to force a move for Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain, according to reports.
It is understood that the deal for Gonzalo Higuain is against the wish of the Blues owner Roman Abramovich but he was left with no choice to sanction the deal when the former Napoli boss insisted on having him.
It is not news that the West London side have got a transfer policy which stops the club for moving in on players who are over 30 years of age as well as extending their contract for more than a year deal.
The Mirror reports that the move for Gonzalo Higuain is against the club’s transfer policy but it was only approved to show support and show of faith in the Italian manager.
However, the report claims that the Blues owner has handed an ultimatum to the Maurizio Sarri to ensure the club qualifies for the Champions League next season or risk his job, especially now that all has been given to him to succeed.
However, the Blues have got hope for a title win after crushing their London rivals Tottenham in the Carabao Cup.