Italian giants Juventus have reportedly agreed terms with a Premier League boss who is set to be named as Massimiliano Allegri's successor in Turin.
With Allegri having confirmed his exit from the Bianconeri last week after a trophy-laden five-year spell at the club, speculation regarding who will take over from him has been rife.
According to CalcioMercato.com, Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has been earmarked as the first-choice candidate to take over the reins at the club, with the report claiming that an agreement has already been reached between the two parties.
Although it is believed that Sarri set to receive a staggering €6 million (R87 million) a season plus bonuses at Juve, nothing has been set in stone due to some logistical issues that still need to be ironed out.
It has been claimed that Chelsea and Sarri are yet to agree on terms for the former Napoli manager's departure from Stamford Bridge, while the Bianconeri are said to be waiting for the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League finals to be completed before making a decision.
It is also believed that Juve are also interest in both Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp for their hot seat, with the winner of the upcoming Champions League final said to be the frontrunner for the job.
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