Roma will make an approach for Maurizio Sarri if he is sacked by Chelsea over the next few months, according to a report.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is reportedly the frontrunner to take over as the next manager of Italian club Roma.
The 60-year-old’s future at Stamford Bridge has been called into question following an up-and-down first campaign at the club.
Corriere dello Sport claims that Roma intend to make a move for the Italian, who came close to winning the Scudetto with Napoli last season, but only if he is sacked by his current club.
There were rumours in February that Sarri has already met with Giallorossi chiefs, but the report indicates that Roma will instead wait for Chelsea to sack him before opening discussions.
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