A report making rounds that West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri would be leaving the Stamford Bridge to the Italian Serie A at the end of the season has been dismissed.
The report of his return to the Serie A came after the speculations increased that the former Napoli boss would be sacked by the Blues owner owing to his lack of convincing performance.
Maurizio Sarri is lucky to have secured qualification to the Champions League with a top-four after a difficult season and this adds to his move to the Europa League finals to clash with their North London rivals Arsenal.
In his reaction, he maintained that he remains a Chelsea boss and will not be moving away from the club anytime soon as he intends to succeed at the club.
However, suggestions are that Maurizio Sarri has the Europa League title to redeem his job as the Blues boss but could be given a second chance for a to[p-four finish but the coming season promises to be a difficult one for the club because of the transfer ban.
The West London outfit have been handed a transfer ban that will stop them from registering any new player for the next two transfer windows.