However, the level of compensation for the Italian tactician Sarri, had held up his return to Italy.
Juventus have reached an agreement with Chelsea over a deal for Maurizio Sarri, Sky Italia reports.
No official confirmation has been received from Chelsea yet, but Sarri is expected to sign a three-year deal with the Serie A champions on Friday.
Juve announced in May, that head coach Massimiliano Allegri would be leaving the club and have been trying to bring in a replacement ever since.
However, the level of compensation for Sarri, had held up his return to Italy.
Both clubs have now struck a deal, with Chelsea expected to receive more than £5million, potentially leaving the way clear for Derby manager Frank Lampard to return to Stamford Bridge.