English Premier League outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri may not have his wish to leave the Stamford Bridge come true despite pushing for a move away.
It is reported that the Italian has told his employers of his decision to leave the club just after winning the Europa League title.
The stay of the Italian boss at Stamford Bridge has not been as interesting as expected. The start of life for him was very good but along the line things fell apart owing to his bad relationship with the fans and his inability to have consistent results.
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Maurizio Sarri is reported to have agreed on a deal with Italian Serie A outfit Juventus after the champions parted ways with Max Allegri and the former Napoli boss is also keen to return to his native home.
However, reports claim that the deal is being stalled as a result of the £5.3m release clause he has in his contract with the Chelsea team.
Suggestions are that the Serie A outfit are not willing to meet with the said amount and that is the issue at the moment with the deal.
Howbeit, it is expected that talks over his release clause would be sorted out before the end of the summer transfer window.