Chelsea to appoint L. Enrique as new manager next week as club goes cold on Maurizio Sarri

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Chelsea are set to replace Antonio Conte with Luis Enrique and appoint the former Barcelona man as their new manager ‘in the next few days’, according to reports in Spain.

 

Negotiations with Napoli over a deal for Maurizio Sarri, who has been replaced by Carlo Ancelotti, despite technically still being under contract, appear to have broken down. Aurelio De Laurentiis, the Serie A club’s president, insists he will be ‘very reasonable’ should Chelsea wish to reignite their interest in the 59-year-old, but he is still said to be demanding €8million in compensation, despite his release clause having expired earlier this week.


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