Juventus chief insists no decision made on new boss as Sarri eyes Chelsea exit

JUVE chief Fabio Paratici has told Maurizio Sarri he is not the only person in the frame to become their new coach.

Maurizio Sarri has told Chelsea F.C he wants to leave the club this summer if the offer of taking charge of Juventus comes through.

The Italian champions are understood to have held lengthy talks over whether the Blues manager is the correct man to succeed Max Allegri.

And the 60-year-old, fresh from leading Chelsea to Europa League victory last week, is on edge for the change to be settled.

But Sarri is unlikely to be too delighted by an interview given by Juve’s donning executive Paratici today over what’s going on at the Old Lady.

Paratici was stopped by reporters while attending a conference, and asked a series of inquiries about Juventus on and off the pitch.


And he insisted maurizio Sarri was not the only name being considered for the most prestigious job in the country.

Paratici stated: « We have exceptionally clear thoughts and we are working. It pauses for a minute, we have a scope of mentors, there isn’t just one name.


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