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Maurizio Sarri wants to bring two Chelsea players with him to Juventus

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sari has told his club management he wants to leave and return to Italy, where he is expected to take charge of Juventus the league champion in the last eight seasons, newspaper reports said on Saturday.


The London club signed with Sari in the summer of last year from Napoli and led him to finish the season in third place in the Premier League and ensure the Champions League before he crowned the Europa League on Wednesday. Arsenal's 4-1 win over Arsenal in the final hosted by Baku.
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The 60-year-old Sari has recently been linked to the return to Italy to take charge of Juventus's technical management, succeeding Massimiliano Allegri who left at the end of the 2018-2019 season.

According to press reports in Italy and England today, Sarri met with the director of the club London on Friday and told her to return home, and the official told him that it will discuss his future with the owner of the club Roman Abramovich.

Sari had been criticized during the season, especially fans on the back of tactical tactics and the team retreated at some stages and suffered severe defeats, especially the fall 6-0 against Manchester City in the league.

"Like every season, we have to know what the club can do for me and what I can do to improve the club," the Italian coach said after winning the continental title this week. "I love the Premiership, Now I'm happy and I want to know if the club is happy. "