Former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri who has been rumoured with a move to Chelsea reportedly wants to bring Gonzalo Higuain with him at Stamford Bridge.
Italian manager parted company with Serie A giants earlier this week, with Carlo Ancelotti arrived as his successor at Stadio Sao Paolo.
According to the Daily Mail, Italian manager wants to bring Argentine forward, Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea, should he land the managerial job at West London club.
The report adds that 59-year-old manager will meet with the Blues next week to discuss whether he will replace Antonio Conte.
Sarri has reportedly agreed on personal terms with Roman Abramovich’s team, with just a release clause and some other formalities have been left to negotiate on.
The 30-year-old striker has failed to maintain last campaign form following the minor injuries, however, he has still managed to found the back of the net 23-times in 50-games for Juventus.
Argentine forward has secured a call-up for the national team ahead of world-cup 2018 in Russia.
Meanwhile, another striker option for Chelsea has been Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski who seems to be on his way out from Allianz Arena.