Juventus have sacked first team manager and coach Maurizio Sarri just a day after the club was knocked out of the champions League.
In a statement, Juventus confirmed the news noting that the former Chelsea manager had led them to a ninth consecutive Serie A tittle.
- Chelsea and Juventus agree on a deal for manager Sarri
- Sarri’s Chelsea too good for Huddersfield
- Chelsea sign Maurizio Sarri as the new head coach
The 61-year-old had just completed his first season in charge of the Italians even though he had signed a three-year contract with them.
On Friday, his side was knocked out of the Champions League on away goals even after beating them 2-1.
In their last matches before lifting the Serie A cup, they managed one win out of four matches played and stay a point clear of their rivals Napoli.