Against what has been speculated, manager Maurizio Sarri might not be leaving West London outfit Chelsea for Italian Serie A outfit Juventus in this summer transfer window.
With Maurizio Sarri already in Italy, it is claimed that he has gone to finalize his deal with the Serie A champions to complete a move away from the Stamford Bridge after admitting that life in Chelsea was difficult.
The speculations over the future of the former Napoli boss became more intense after Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich allegedly considered the option of sacking the Italian boss for his poor relationship with the fans.
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All of these might not happen as Juventus chief Fabio Paratici plays down the move by claiming that the club have got a number of managers to work with.
The Juventus chief claimed that the club have got very clear ideas and they are working on making it happen but failed to say exactly when it is expected to come up.
Howbeit, Maurizio Sarri has not lost his job with the West London outfit especially after he helped them win the Europa League title against Arsenal.
A clear decision on the future of the Chelsea boss will be made public before the end of the summer transfer window.