Maurizio Sarri has been largely rumoured to depart Chelsea for Juventus to replace Max Allegri after just a season with the London club.
The Serie A outfit are eager to evolve the team that won the title for the umpteenth time but saw their progress stymied in the champions league by Ajax.
To remedy this, Sarri has been targeted and according to the Daily Mail, the former Napoli boss is eager to make the move and Chelsea are said to be in tune with the arrangement as they have been searching for a more capable successor.
However, Juventus are willing to absorb any compensation that will include Emerson following him to Italy and this might add a new dimension to the whole interest.
It is also reported that Chelsea are demanding £5 million before they can sanction the 60-year-old manager’s anticipated move to Juventus.
In addition, the Italian champions are willing to deal with an inflated price for the Brazilian left back, who has developed somewhat since he started featuring regularly. This they say makes more sense account wise.
Sarri won the Europa League for Chelsea and also qualified them for next season champions league after a season of being absent.