The West London outfit Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri can now know his fate ahead of the coming season with reports that the club owner Roman Abramovich has already taken a stand.

It was earlier reported that the Blues owner has been uncomfortable with the relationship of the Italian boss and the fans and that almost led to writing a sack letter but he had to step down the decision after the former Napoli boss finished the English Premier League season in the third position to secure qualification to the Champions League.

However, the latest reports reveal that Roman Abramovich has decided that Maurizio Sarri would be shown the way out if he fails to land the Europa league title next week.

After struggling throughout the season, the Blues team broke-through to the Europa League finals and would face Arsenal later next week in Baku.

Should the West London outfit secure a win, the Italian boss would be given another opportunity to manage the club for another year but if otherwise, he could be shown the way out.

Meanwhile, Maurizio Sarri has already been linked with a move away from the Stamford Bridge as he is reported to have received offers from Italian Serie A champions, Juventus.