Maurizio Sarri looks all set and certain to be appointed Juventus manager this week.
Following the departure of Massimiliano Allegri at the end of the season, Juventus named Sarri as their number one target to replace Allegri and have been in talks with Chelsea.
Several managers including Chelsea legend Frank Lampard, former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri and Ajax boss Erik ten Hag are reportedly being considered to become Chelsea’s next boss.
According to reports, there are disagreements at the club over who should be appointed as Sarri’s replacement.
Journalist Dean Jones claim there is a conflict of interests between the coaching and playing staff and the board of directors with regards to who they want as manager next season.
Jones tweeted: “People on the ground at Chelsea’s training base are keen for Lampard to become the next manager.
“It’s the big bosses in offices that have more concern about it being too risky.”
Chelsea legend Frank Lampard took Derby County to the Championship playoff final in his first season as manager where they were eventually beaten by Aston Villa.
Ten Hag led Ajax to a domestic double and guided the Dutch club to the Champions League semifinal. He has won admirers around Europe for the style of play he has implemented at Ajax.
Former Juventus boss Max Allegri is the most successful of all three managers after winning the Serie A in his five seasons as Juventus boss.
Which of these managers do you want as Sarri’s replacement?