Maurizio Sarri reveals when he will stop coaching. Meanwhile, Bologna remains on the sidelines

Maurizio Sarri reveals when he will stop coaching. Meanwhile, Bologna remains on the sidelines
Maurizio Sarri reveals when he will stop coaching. Meanwhile, Bologna remains on the sidelines

“In two or three years when I decide to stop, I will have every intention of doing nothing more, except giving a hand to people who deserve it.” Maurizio Sarriformer coach of Empoli, Napoli, Juventus and Lazio who spoke about his future and his long-term prospects.

Before thinking about retirement, however, there is a present still to be designed, with the almost certainty that next year we will see him again on a Serie A bench. In this sense, pay attention to the Bologna, with the two parties having already hinted at mutual interest. Everything will inevitably depend on Thiago Motta who, after qualifying for the next Champions League, has yet to clear the clouds over his future.

Then Sarri also revealed a curious background regarding his almost move to Milan: “I consider Sacchi among the few coaches who have changed football. If a person must write the history of football of the last century, he must do so by writing before Sacchi and after Sacchi. Beyond Arrigo, however, the general director of Milan had given me the hand, telling me that I was the new coach of the Rossoneri. Then everything fell apart, but I don’t regret it, because that no from Berlusconi took me to Napoli, which was stronger than that Milan. Napoli allowed me to certainly do better than what I could have done at Milan in that period.”

 
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