It has been revealed, according to reports that West Lindon outfit Chelsea could part ways with Italian boss Maurizio Sarri after the Europa League finals against Arsenal later this month.
Maurizio Sarri only joined the Stanford Bridge in the last summer transfer window after parting ways with Italian Serie A outfit Napoli owing to his poor relationship with the club chairman.
The Chelsea boss had a flying start of his Chelsea spell but things did not go the normal way along the line as he suffered series of defeats while he failed to take the chance of winning a silverware when he led his team against Man City in the Carabao Cup finals.
However, the Blues team under Maurizio Sarri have the Europa League as their only opportunity to land a trophy with reports that he would be sacked if it fails to happen.
The report claims that the decision to sack Maurizio Sarri is that if the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich who seems to be willing to let go in the former Napoli boss.
It is claimed that Roman Abramovich is more concerned about the performance of the Blues team under Maurizio Sarri than his achievement at the club, insisting that the outcome of the Europa League finals will determine his fate.
It is therefore suggested that the transfer ban on Chelsea will not stop them from bringing in a new manager.