Emerging reports claim that West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has been cleared by the club to leave in this summer transfer window.
The Italian boss reportedly told Chelsea management of his decision to leave the club after delivering the Europa League title
Maurizio Sarri has so far had a very controversial stay at Stamford Bridge, ranging from poor relationships with fans to inconsistent results.
He has already been linked with Italian Serie A outfit Juventus and there are claims that a deal has been agreed on for his personal terms but it is unclear if Juventus have agreed on a deal with the West London outfit.
Chelsea have already made it clear that they will not let go of the Italian boss unless a fee of 3.5 million Euros is paid.
However, the latest report claims that he will be officially announced in the coming days and he has already begun plans for his new job.
Maurizio Sarri only joined Chelsea in last summer transfer window after parting ways with Italian Serie A outfit Napoli.
He might be in search of a return back to Italy if his deal with Juventus eventually works out.
Meanwhile, Sarri has been branded a hypocrite for picking a job that will have him more often face his former club, Napoli.