According to the latest news from one of the most reliable journalists in the world of football, Nicolo Schira, the Lillywhites have opened discussions with the Italian tactician to be their new head coach from next season with him highly rated by the Tottenham top brass.
Maurizio Sarri had a promising spell with the Blues following his move to the club from Napoli back in the summer of 2018, with him guiding the club to Europa League trophy triumph besides ensuring a third position finish before deciding to leave the club by a mutual consent for Serie A giants Juventus where he was sacked just after one season in charge.
Moreover, the 62 year old have had successful spells with a number of Italian Clubs including Empoli and hence, his vast experience could be much welcomed by the North London based side who sacked Portuguese tactician Jose Mourihno few weeks ago after several struggles at the club.
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