Chelsea have confirmed Maurizio Sarri is to depart the club and join Juventus as their new manager
Maurizio Sarri, 60, after one season with The Blues Chelsea have decided to leave the club and go for a new adventure as Juventus's manager on a three years deal.
After Max Allegri announced he's leaving the old lady Juventus, Sarri's name has been linked with the Italian club since then and it was only a matter of time until he reaches an agreement with Chlesea to let him go.
On 14 July 2018, Sarri was appointed manager of Chelsea, replacing Antonio Conte who was sacked the day before. During his one season, Sarri reached EFL Cup Final and lost it in penalty shootout against Manchester City and was classified third in the Premier League,
in a position that qualifies the blues to the Champions League but his best achievement
was winning the UEFA Europa League against Arsenal last May in a match that ended 4-1 for the blues.
Sarri is now going back to his homeland to join Juventus and will continue with them for their biggest goal to win the Champions League with a top class player as Cristiano Ronaldo with his team.