Andrea Agnelli, president of Juventus, stays at the Chelsea team hotel in Baku and prepares to unite with Maurizio Sarri in Turin after the Europa League final
- Chelsea spent Tuesday night in Baku, Azerbaijan, at the Four Seasons Hotel
- Maurizio Sarri & Arsenal's side play in the Europa League final on Wednesday night
- Sarri is the predecessor to assume the vacant position of Juventus manager this summer
- Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli also stayed at the Four Seasons on Tuesday
- Tuttosport reports that he and Sarri greeted each other Wednesday morning
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli was spotted in Baku in the same hotel as the Chelsea team prior to the Europa League final on Wednesday.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is currently focused on beating Arsenal at the Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan, but after the game his thoughts can turn to his own future with a move to Turin on the cards.
Sarri is one of Agnelli's top goals to replace Massimiliano Allegri as Juventus boss.
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri pictured in Baku on the eve of the Europa League final on Wednesday
Former Napoli manager Sarri has in principle entered into a three-year agreement with Juventus worth around £ 6.2 million per year.
Discussions about his possible transfer will continue after the final, with Sarri, Agnelli and Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia all involved.
According to Tuttosport, who published Agnelli's photos at breakfast, the Juventus president greeted Sarri in Baku's Baku & five-star Four Seasons Hotel on Wednesday morning, but serious negotiations were postponed until after the game.
Chelsea and Juventus have a good relationship, emphasized in January by the agreement they reached on a deal that Gonzalo Higuain saw moving to Stamford Bridge in a loan.
Chelsea is open to let Sarri leave if compensation is paid.
Sarri did not win many fans despite the fact that he brought his team to third place in the Premier League, as well as the final of the Carabao Cup – which they lost to Manchester City – and the Europa League.
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli is keen that Sarri fulfills the vacant position of manager in Turin
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