If reports in the press are to be believed, the announcement of the exit of Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri would be made in the next 48 hours.
The report claims that Maurizio Sarri has already held talks with the club hierarchy, informing them of his decision to leave the team in the summer transfer window.
It is also understood that the former Napoli boss has agreed on a three-year deal with Italian Serie A outfit Juventus.
The Serie A champions had parted ways with their former manager Max Allegri and deemed Maurizio Sarri fit as the best replacement.
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The Chelsea boss already worked in Italy in the past which makes the Seria A a familiar terrain for him.
However, Maurizio Sarri has been able to deliver a title for Chelsea in his debut season despite the fact that he only joined the club in the last summer transfer window from Napoli.
The title also remains the first for Maurizio Sarri in his entire coaching career and there are expectations that he would build on that when he eventually joins the Seria A outfit Juventus for the coming season.
Meanwhile, Chelsea have been tipped to sign Steve Holland, their former manager as the new boss, with the club Legend Frank Lampard also linked.