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14:35  20 may  2019
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Sarri in talks to replace Allegri as Juventus manager

Sarri in talks to replace Allegri as Juventus manager Reports linking Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri with a return to Italy are picking up pace, with the Italian rumoured to be in talks with Juventus. It was confirmed on Friday that current Juventus manager Max Allegri will leave the club at the end of the season, sparking speculation that they could move to bring Sarri to Turin. Allegri ends his time with the club one year early, terminating his contract by mutual consent, bringing his five-year spell with the club to an end. The former Milan coach will hold a joint press conference with club president Andrea Agnelli on Saturday afternoon.

Diego Simeone, Gianfranco Zola and Maxi Allegri have all been linked with replacing Sarri and now Sky Sports' Sunday Supplement have suggested a female coach could take the reins. More specifically, Chelsea Women coach Emma Hayes . Hayes , 42, also guided the Blues to third in the Women's

Andy Jacobs insists Chelsea Women's coach Emma Hayes would ‘do a better job’ than Maurizio Sarri in charge of the Chelsea men’s side. Chelsea have been told to complete a ground-breaking manager swap, trading under-fire Maurizio Sarri for Chelsea Women’s team boss Emma Hayes .

Emma Hayes to replace Sarri? © Getty Could Emma Hayes replace Maurizio Sarri as Chelsea boss?

The Sunday Supplement panel assess whether Chelsea Women coach Emma Hayes has the credentials to take charge of the men's team should Maurizio Sarri leave.

Sarri has secured Chelsea a third-placed finish in the Premier League and a spot in the Europa League final.

But speaking after their 0-0 draw with Leicester on the final day of the Premier League campaign, the Italian admitted he is not sure whether he will still be Chelsea head coach next season.

Hayes guided Chelsea Women to their third Women's Super League title and to the semi-finals of the Women's Champions League final this season.

Sarri among Juventus' two top managerial targets

Sarri among Juventus' two top managerial targets Juventus have identified Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as one of their two top targets to replace Massimiliano Allegri at the club this summer. The Old Lady are on the lookout for a new first-team boss after it emerged that the Italian would be leaving the club at the end of the current campaign, prompting speculation surrounding who his successor would be. It seems Juventus are targeting managers with the experience of working in Serie A, and

Emma Hayes MBE (born 18 October 1976) is an English association football coach and current manager of Chelsea Women. She served as the head coach and director of soccer (Football) operations for Chicago Red Stars of Women's Professional Soccer in the United States from 2008

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The Sunday Supplement panel discussed whether she would be in with a chance of taking over the men's team.

"She'd certainly be interviewed. I'd be surprised if she got it this time but she will get a job.

"I say surprised, not because she hasn't got the qualifications to do the job, but surprised because it's probably going to take a bit longer for someone to make that leap. The chief person making the appointment will be Maria Granovskaia, who is one of the few female executives at boardroom level.

"I think Chelsea are looking at other people but at some point it will happen. There will be a woman in charge of a men's professional club and eventually a Premier League club. It's just logical that the gifts of management, motivation and football knowledge are not confined to the male sex.

Chelsea want Lampard to replace Juventus-linked Sarri

Chelsea want Lampard to replace Juventus-linked Sarri According to reports in Italy via the Daily Mail, Chelsea want Blues legend Frank Lampard to replace Maurizio Sarri at Stamford Bridge. Renowned source and Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio has claimed that Sarri is the frontrunner for the Juventus job. Sarri is heavily tipped to succeed Massimiliano Allegri at Italian titans Juventus. Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is also linked with the Old Lady but Sarri is understood to be the first choice, with Inter being linked with the former.

Maurizio Sarri has had a difficult first season in charge of Chelsea but it's all generally worked out quite well. However there's still rumours he could leave in the summer and it's been suggested that Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes could take over.

CHELSEA will appoint Maurizio Sarri as their new manager and it is a ‘done deal’. Chelsea are set to appoint Maurizio Sarri as their new manager. That’s the opinion of ESPN pundit Paul Mariner who believes the Blues will replace Antonio Conte with the former Napoli boss.

Emma Hayes to replace Sarri? © Getty Hayes led Chelsea to the Women's Champions League semi-finals

"There may be as many women who are good at that as there are men.

"I'd just be surprised if she got it this summer but possibly in two or three years. In the interviews you'd hope she gets a fair crack at it and if she's the best person for the job she gets it."

"If clubs are going to treat this as a serious option going forward then integration may be the way they go. Are there any notable women involved the upper echelons of the management staff at professional clubs? I don't know of any.

Emma Hayes to replace Sarri? © Getty (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

"We are talking about potentially appointing a female manager in charge of a Premier League or Football League club, if there are none actually in the men's coaching fraternity then it seems like an enormous jump that they have to make.

"Maybe there are changes that will happen on that front but it would be very interesting if they do decide to sack Maurizio Sarri and give her an interview.

Juventus make contact with Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as they consider replacements for outgoing Massimiliano Allegri

Juventus make contact with Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri as they consider replacements for outgoing Massimiliano Allegri Juventus have sounded out Maurizio Sarri as they weigh up a move for the Chelsea manager. Sarri is on Juventus's shortlist of candidates to replace the outgoing Max Allegri.

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Emma Hayes believes Chelsea are taking the "right measures" to try and stop racism. Speaking on The Debate, Hayes said: "The club have spent an awful lot of time with a combination of organisations especially with Kick It Out to work through a lot of anti-Semitic work and to stamp such behaviour out.

"You would just hope that if she did get an interview it wouldn't be tokenism and they'd do it on the grounds that after seven years in charge of the women's team there's merit there, she'd add value and be a worthy candidate."

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Maurizio Sarri has informed Chelsea he wants to leave the club immediately, according to several reports. Sarri met with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia on Friday after the club’s Europa League triumph to discuss his future. Sarri’s agent Fali Ramadani spoke to Chelsea officials to help negotiate his exit from Stamford Bridge, according to Sky Sports. In his first season in charge of the Blues, Sarri guided the club to a third-place finish, guaranteeing a return to Champions League football next season, then claiming the first major trophy of his career by beating Arsenal in the Europa League final.

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