The 60-year-old worked under Corsi for three years before establishing a reputation as one of Europes most fastidious tacticians at Napoli.
After 11 turbulent months at Stamford Bridge, Sarri informed Chelsea of his desire to return to Italy earlier this month and replace Max Allegri who stood down at the end of last season.
Sarri had hoped for a swift resolution, but Chelsea and their chief transfer negotiator Marina Granovskaia are digging their heels in until they are suitably compensated.
Sarri is having problems getting away from Chelsea, his old Empoli President Corsi told Telelombardia.
Hes grumbling now and is a bit pessimistic, we heard from him this morning, but Juve told me on Saturday that they trust itll be done soon.
That was Saturday, now its Wednesday. I hope for everyones sake this gets resolved.
Juventus have already agreed a £6.2million-a-year deal with Sarri, who is reported to have already moved out of his Cobham home in Read More – Source