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Chelsea given warning on Sarri’s replacement

Timothy Aiyeku

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A new chapter is set to be opened at West London outfit Chelsea with expectations that manager Maurizio Sarri would be leaving the club in the summer transfer window.

The future of the Italian manager has not been in the balance with claims that he has already told the club management of his readiness to quit the job.

It was earlier reported that he would be sacked if he failed to win the Europa League against Arsenal and that has already been settled as he emerged winner with a 4-1 Victory.

This has therefore not stopped the speculation surrounding his future as he is been linked with a move to the Italian Serie A outfit Juventus.

Former player Frank Lampard has been linked to taking over the job from the former Napoli boss but Chelsea have received a strong warning that the Derby County boss is not ready for the job.

Frank Lampard recorded a level of success with the Championship outfit but there are fears by his uncle Harry Redknapp over his ability to deliver good success at the Samford Bridge.

It is, however, yet to be known if manager Maurizio Sarri would be leaving the Stamford Bridge in the summer transfer window.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.