& # 39; We sit down and watch & # 39 ;: Maurizio Sarri uncertain about Chelsea & # 39; s future despite winning the Europa League final
- Maurizio Sarri is expected to leave Chelsea and take over at Juventus
- The Juve players have been told that Sarri is standing in line to become their manager
- Sarri led Chelsea to the Europa League glory with a 4-1 win over Arsenal
Maurizio Sarri has admitted that he does not know if he will remain as Chelsea manager amid the growing belief that he has been queued to take over Juventus.
Sportsmail reported earlier on Wednesday that Juventus players have already been told that Sarri will replace Max Allegri as manager next season.
When he spoke during the night that he won his first major honor as a manager in a huge 4-1 win over Arsenal in the final of the Europa League, Sarri could not clarify his position.
Maurizio Sarri celebrates with his players after winning the Europa League final in Baku
Sarri is expected to leave Chelsea in the summer and take over the Series A champions Juventus
& # 39; This is the time to celebrate & # 39 ;, he told Sky Sport Italia. & # 39; From tomorrow, as with all clubs, we sit down and see what the club wants me to improve and what I want the club to improve.
& # 39; My contract still has two years left, so like any club, we have to sit down and evaluate everything.
& # 39; You know very well that I love the Premier League, the level of competition, and I am lucky because I am in Chelsea, one of the best teams in the best championship in the world.
Chelsea & # 39; s players celebrate their resounding victory against Arsenal in the dressing room
& # 39; We had a good season as we earned our place in the Champions League through the Premier League, which was not an easy task given the high overall level & # 39 ;, he added.
# We reached the League Cup final after eliminating Liverpool and Tottenham, and only lost on penalties to Manchester City.
& # 39; In the Europa League, we won 12 and drew three, and we scored more than anyone else.
& # 39; I think our season has gone from good to extraordinary after our season. & # 39;
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