- Maurizio Sarri agrees three-year deal to become Chelsea manager.
- Chelsea need to agree fee with Napoli for Sarri to be released.
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Former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri has reportedly agreed a three-year deal ahead of replacing Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
We really do hope that this situation is winding down towards it’s climax. Chelsea are unable to conduct any sort of transfer business without knowing who will be our manager next season. Not to mention that Conte still remains in limbo. That’s no way to treat a manager who won silverware during both of the seasons he spent at Stamford Bridge.
Sarri needs to get through the door as soon as possible, and it looks as though we won’t need to wait much longer. According to Italian journalist Alfredo Pedullà, Sarri has reached an agreement with Chelsea over a three-year contract. All that remains is negotiating the terms with Napoli for the release of the 59-year-old from his contract. Let’s hope that Aurelio De Laurentiis is in a good mood when approached by Marina Granovskaia in the coming days.