Chelsea will release Maurizio Sarri for a minimal compensation fee on Friday so he can sign for Juventus, claim Sky Sport Italia.
Juve director Fabio Paratici flew out to London over the last few days for face-to-face negotiations with Marina Granovskaia.
The Stamford Bridge club originally wanted €6m, but it was negotiated down to far less, including a portion that is performance-related.
If all goes to plan, Sarri will terminate the contract by mutual consent on Friday and be free to sign a three-year deal for Juventus.
He’ll also be reunited with Giovanni Martusciello, the assistant manager he had at Empoli.
Martusciello was not allowed to leave Empoli for the role at Napoli, but is now able to join his mentor in Turin, as he was fired along with all of Luciano Spalletti’s Inter staff.
Sky Sport Italia also maintain Frank Lampard will get the Chelsea job.