Sunday, 11 March 2018

58-year-old Serie A manger to replace Arsene Wenger in the summer

One of the master tacticians Maurizio Sarri is reportedly targeted by Arsenal to succeed Arsene Wenger and now AC Milan is preparing an offer to take him from Napoli.

Maurizio Sarri, the Napoli coach, is to be offered a deal worth more than £3m a year to help rebuild Milan after a dreadful season.

The Italian giants – who the Gunners beat 2-0 at the San Siro on Thursday night to put one foot in the Europa League quarter-finals – may also soon require a new manager, despite the fact that Gennaro Gattuso’s days at the Rossoneri seem numbered and they are already eyeing his replacement.
Gli Azzurri are already 25 points ahead of seventh-seeded Milan and their latest European no-show on Thursday night has seen the pressure grow on the former Italy international.

Campania-based newspaper Corriere del Mezzogiorno say talks have already started and that’s bad news for the Gunners.
Emirates chiefs are considering Sarri as a legitimate replacement for French manager, either this or next summer.

According to reports, Napoli manager already turned down one London Premier League club with Chelsea apparently keen to lure him to Stamford Bridge, as Antonio Conte’s future looks uncertain.


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