The player shared the locker room with the Italian manager while they both were at Napoli, and he doesn’t like the idea of him leading the Bianconeri.
Chelsea’s manager Maurizio Sarri is being rumored to be joining Juventus in the Italian Lega Serie A over the summer.
And for his former pupil, Lorenzo Insigne, if the Italian coach goes to the Bianconeri camp, he will be a traitor for Napoli.
Sarri managed the Italian Blues for three seasons before joining the English Premier League club.
“Sarri in Juventus for us Neapolitans would be a betrayal, and I hope he changes his mind,” Insigne told Sky Sports.
“But you have to keep in mind that Sarri is a professional and he gave everything in Naples.”
The footballer explained: “He was very important to me for many reasons, if he went to Juventus he would hurt us but I can’t blame him. It’s his decision.”
Maurizio Sarri has managed 19 different teams during his career.
The 60-year-old Italian manager started his coaching career in 1990 with Stia, but he has moved around.
He has managed a lot of teams in Italian football, including Empoli, and Napoli.
The manager won his first major trophy with Chelsea last week, as they lifted the UEFA Europa League title after beating Arsenal 4-1 in Baku, Azerbaijan.
This time last week… 💙🏆 pic.twitter.com/gkbA5hJ8He
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