Chelsea and Juventus have reached agreement over a compensation fee for manager Maurizio Sarri.

The two clubs have agreed a £7million divorce settlement.

Juve director Fabio Paratici was forced to fly to London to stump up extra dosh after Chelsea dug their heels in and refused to let Sarri go on the cheap.

He still has two years left on his £5m a year contract and Stamford Bridge transfer chief Marina Granovskaia was holding out for the full amount.

A compromise was agreed during a late night meeting between the pair and Sarri is now on his way back home after just 11 months as a Premier League manager, says The Sun.

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