Chelsea’s managerial issues is set to be finally resolved with Maurizio Sarri set to announce Maurizio Sarri as their new head-coach.
The Blues announced Antonio Conte’s sacking earlier today and Sky Sports in Italy are now reporting that a deal with his compatriot is agreed and dried, with Sarri closing in on agreeing a three-year deal to become the next Chelsea’s manager.
The report is also saying Chelsea’s legend Gianfranco Zola join the former Napoli boss as his personal assistant coach giving Zola a chance to make his waited return back to Chelsea whose fans he dazzled on countless occasions during the late ’90s and early 2000s.
Sarri, however, who hasn’t won any silverware as a manager but made name for himself as one of the best attacking coaches across Europe, should not issue dealing with Chelsea’s board.
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The Italian playing style is different from Conte’s and it’s likely we see a new 4-3-3 lineup system at Chelsea, who have been playing in a three-defender system for the past two seasons under Conte.
Meanwhile, Napoli midfielder Jorginho, is expected to join Chelsea this coming week. The Blues are reported to have hijacked Premier League champions Manchester City move to the signing of the Italian-Brazilian midfielder this summer.
So, after a poor run so far this window, there seems to be a new life and happy days are set to return to Chelsea very soo.