London - Maurizio Sarri is officially part of Italian giants Juventus. Chelsea players Cesar Azpilicueta and Antonio Rudiger also expressed their thanks to Italian coaches through social media.
Over the past few weeks, the name Sarri has continued to be reported to be leaving Chelsea this summer. It is known that the former Napoli captain was not happy with fans who did not like the default scheme.
Yes, 'Sarriball' has been repeatedly accused of causing Chelsea's fall at the start of 2019. It's natural for fans to think like that, because the Blues get a bad score by losing a lot of things for Bournemouth and Manchester City in a few weeks.
Requests to push Sarri to step down continued to resonate, but have recently diminished after Chelsea won a series of slick nicks. Like finishing third in the Premier League standings and also winning the Europa League.
Unfortunately, that was not the reason for him to stay longer at Stamford Bridge. Until Sunday (6/17), the 61-year-old man will be the successor to Massimiliano Allegri in the Juventus coaching chair with a three-year contract.
Sarri's departure clearly made the fans a dilemma. On the one hand, some of them were unhappy with the 'Sarriball' scheme. However, its achievements cannot be underestimated. Moreover, this is still its inaugural season with Chelsea.