Chelsea FC have officially confirmed that Maurizio Sarri has left the club to become a new Juventus manager.
The Blues have agreed to release the coach after the face-to-face talk between directors Fabio Paratici and Marina Granovskaya. Juventus are expected to pay a compensation fee in excess of £5m.
It is understood that the Italian has agreed on a £6.2million-per-season, three-year agreement with the Old Lady.
He will take over from Massimiliano Allegri, who has left the Bianconeri at end of the last season.
Maurizio Sarri was appointed at Stamford Bridge last summer.
Under his guidance, The Blues finished 3rd in the Premier League to return in the Champions League.
They also reached the final of the Carabao Cup.
The greatest achievement of the Italian’s career was also with Chelsea – he helped the team win Europa League trophy, trumping Arsenal 4-1 in the finals.