Published: Sat, May 26, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Napoli Appoint Ancelotti As New Manager After Sarri Exit

Napoli Appoint Ancelotti As New Manager After Sarri Exit

"(The) aim is to conquer the Scudetto after 28 years.

His son Davide and his son-in-law Mino Fulco will also be on the Napoli coaching staff.

"I'd like to thank Maurizio Sarri for his valuable contribution to the Napoli cause". I didn't expect this, but we know our president [Aurelio De Laurentiis] has these cards up his sleeve.

"I am really happy and honoured to manage a team with a unique city and incredible fans", said Ancelotti, according to BBC. "Forza Napoli always", Ancelotti then said in a message posted in four different languages - Italian, English, French and Spanish. However, he was sacked the following season despite finishing second and left the club with the third highest win percentage in Premier League history at the time. He will be officially presented at his new club on Jul 9.

Sarri reportedly met with representatives of Zenit St Petersburg last week while Chelsea have been also linked with the 59-year-old.

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And Sarri is among the potential candidates for the role having led Napoli as they pushed Juventus close in this season's Serie A title race.

While they would have liked to have commanded a sizeable fee for the 31-year-old, letting him leave on the cheap to get a top-class manager would be a great deal on paper.

The Russian club have been without a coach since Roberto Mancini returned to take over the Italian national team. Ancelotti has an offer of a two year contract with an additional year optional, and a salary of 6.5 million euros per season.

Ancelotti had been out of management since his departure from Bundesliga side Bayern Munich in September 2017, with the Napoli job being his first management job in eight months, and his first management job in Italy since his departure from AC Milan to join Chelsea in 2009.

Stamford Bridge chiefs are expected to cut ties with the former Juventus gaffer soon and immediately begin their search for Chelsea's next manager.

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