Serie A champions, Juventus are reportedly on the verge of announcing the appointment of Maurizio Sarri as their new head coach.
The Italian manager has just guided the Blues to the Europa League title – which represents the Italian’s first trophy in the dugout – however, there has been frequent speculation regarding the future of former Napoli boss.
The Blues have also been rumoured with replacing Maurizio Sarri, despite his successful first season at Stamford Bridge, although it has been previously reported that the West London club were intent on receiving compensation to release the ex-Napoli man from his contract.
However, according to The Guardian, Italian champions appear to have secured the services of Sarri after the Blues relented with their financial demands.
The report suggests that Sarri’s agent Fali Ramadani held talks on Friday to seal the switch for his client.
The Blues could move for Derby County boss Frank Lampard if Sarri departs from Stamford Bridge and the Chelsea legend who has on the brink to guide the team to the Premier League earlier last season.
Meanwhile, Turkish giants Fenerbahce have reportedly made loan move for Chelsea in-form forward Tammy Abraham.
According to Turkish outlet Star, relayed in an article by Sport Witness, Turkish heavyweights have offered to take the West London club attacker on loan for the upcoming campaign after his impressive 2018/19 season with Aston Villa.
Abraham has found back of the net 26 times for Villa as they won promotion back to the English top-tier, with Norwich City’s Teemu Pukki the only player to score more goals than the Blues centre-forward.