Monday should be a very busy one for Serie A, as announcements are expected on Maurizio Sarri to Juventus, Marco Giampaolo to Milan and Paulo Fonseca to Roma.
The managerial merry-go-round is in full swing and several clubs are changing their tacticians.
It’s widely reported that Chelsea will today confirm the termination of Sarri’s contract by mutual consent, which will allow him to take the Juve job.
This has already been negotiated by representative Fali Ramadani and it’s believed Juventus will ‘compensate’ the club by giving a discount on the €9m paid for Gonzalo Higuain’s six-month loan.
Giampaolo is also set to part company with Sampdoria, again with a small compensation fee, so he can take over at Milan.
Roma have already chosen their new Coach, Fonseca, who is likely to leave Shakhtar Donetsk today and sign with the Giallorossi over the next 48 hours.