Juventus chief Fabio Paratici has flown to London to step up talks with Chelsea over a compensation fee for Maurizio Sarri.

The Daily Mail says Paratici is in London as he attempts to thrash out a compensation package with Chelsea to take Sarri to Italy.

Sarri has already agreed a three-year, £6.2million-a-season deal to become manager at the Allianz, but Chelsea are holding firm to their current boss.

The west London club are refusing to budge and won't let him leave for Italy until a compensation package has been agreed.

And now Paratici has moved to finish the negotiations by travelling to London to meet Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia in person.

It is believed Chelsea want around £5m in compensation if Sarri is to go back to Juve, therefore ending his £5m-a-year deal in London, of which he still has two years remaining.

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