- Napoli lower asking price for Chelsea target Maurizio Sarri.
- Aurelio De Laurentiis left with possibility of paying two managers.
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Chelsea have reportedly been handed a considerable boost in our pursuit of former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri.
The question on every Chelsea fan’s mind right now is – who will be managing the club come the start of next season?
Many of us thought that Antonio Conte would have been dismissed by now, yet he’s still in charge, despite continuous speculation that Sarri is poised to step-in and replace him.
The day that Sarri takes charge of Chelsea could (finally) be just around the corner. According to the Mirror, Napoli have lowered their asking price for Sarri to £4.5M. The Serie A side appear desperate for us to take the Italian off their hands.
With Carlo Ancelotti already being appointed Napoli manager, club president Aurelio De Laurentiis has been forced to lower his demands or face the reality of having two managers on his payroll.
Let’s hope that Marina Granovskaia agrees to pay the fee and we get this done.