Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has confessed that a move back to Italy is an attractive prospect to him, as he continues to be heavily linked with a move to Juventus.
The Italian is thought to be Juventus' top target to replace former boss Massimiliano Allegri, and there is a belief at the club that they will be able to confirm a deal in the coming days.
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"The Neapolitans know the love I feel for them, I have chosen abroad last year not to go to an Italian team. The profession can lead to other paths, but the relationship will not change. Loyalty is giving 110% when you are there," he added.
"What does it mean to be faithful? And if one day the company sends you away? What are you to do: stay true to a wife you divorced from?"
During his debut season with Chelsea, Sarri found himself facing intense criticism from a large part of the club's fan base who, despite a successful season on paper, were left wanting more from a tactical point of view.
There have been plenty of calls for the Italian to be sacked, and it appears he could be nearing a departure from Stamford Bridge.