Maurizio Sarri sacked as Juventus boss, and their new manager won’t need Jorginho

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It’s been from frying pan to fire for former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, after he was given the ax by Italian giants, Juventus.

One year after leaving Chelsea for the Turin club, Sarri has now been sacked, despite winning the Serie A in his first year with Juventus.

Juve legend Andrea Pirlo has been appointed as the new manager shortly after the sacking of Sarri on, August 9.

This has a new implication on Jorginho’s future, as the Italy international had been linked with joining Sarri at Juventus next season.

Reports from Italian papers such as Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport, has confirmed that new Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo is not interested in signing Jorginho.

Jorginho is among the players that Blues boss Frank Lampard is keen on booting out of the club, as Chelsea are set for a major overhaul this summer, after going a full season without transfers.

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