Carlo Ancelotti in. Maurizio Sarri out. This is what serie a's Napoli Calcio owner and president, Aurelio de Laurentiis decided right after the end of the season. In the meantime, Serie A champions, Juventus Fc, is looking to revamp the attacking department. While everybody wants Ajax's Justin Kluivert. Roma, in particular, seems to be very keen on the son of the former Barcelona striker, Patrick Kluivert.

Carlo Ancelotti to Napoli

It is not yet official, but all the signs point in the same direction: Carlo Ancelotti will be the next Napoli Calcio's head coach.

The former Bayern Munich (and Milan, Juventus, Chelsea Fc, Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid: the best of the best in European Soccer) signed a two-year deal with the club owned by the film producer Aurelio De Laurentiis.

Either the paper version of today's Gazzetta Dello Sport, as well as Corriere Dello Sport, report the news. Gazzetta Dello adds some figures to the story. Ancelotti will earn $7.6millions for two seasons and will have an option for the third year. The agreement with the club has been perfected in these hours, including also the staff that will work with the new head coach. Mr. De Laurentiis' decision left the – soon to be - former Napoli coach, Maurizio Sarri, in a limbo.

He didn't expect this turn of events so quickly. He was ready to say goodbye to the club he worked for the last three years, but not in such abrupt manner.

Now, for Sarri there's a new, interesting, game to be played. On which bench will he sit next season? According to Tuttomercatoweb. It, Zenith St. Petersburg seems to be the first option for him.

The Russian club has already invited Sarri to visit its headquarters and training facilities in St. Petersburg. It has to be seen, though, if Zenith is willing to pay the $9.3 million release clause that Sarri has in his contract with Napoli.

Chelsea Fc appears to be another possible destination. However, the London club has to sort out Roman Abramovic's English Visa, first; then it will focus on whether to keep Antonio Conte on the bench (highly improbable at the moment) or try to lure Mr.

Sarri and pay the release clause to Napoli. also reports that Napoli will use the amount gained with Sarri's release clause to finance Ancelotti's first year of the contract with the club.

Ancelotti – who was rumored to have previously reached an agreement in principle with Arsenal, before the Gunners decided that Unai Emery was their man – will be officially introduced as the new Napoli head coach on the June 1.

Juventus looks to revamp its offense

Juventus kept the celebrations for the seventh consecutive Serie A title to a minimum. The joy of the triumph quickly left space to the strategies for next season with the explicit objective of try to add more silverware to the already rich trophy case.

Massimiliano Allegri has been confirmed as the first team coach for next season. Emre Can will sign his deal with Juventus, joining the club on a free transfer, right after the Champions League Final between Liverpool – his actual team – and Real Madrid. Mattia Caldara and Leonardo Spinazzola will arrive from Atalanta. Juventus and Genoa are in advanced talks to bring Genoa's goalkeeper Mattia Perin to Turin (it all depends by how much money Juve will pay and how many players the club will send to Genoa in exchange of Perin).

Once these transfers are sealed, then Juventus will jump to its next move - revamping the attacking department. The paper version of Corriere Dello Sport reports that Juve could sell either Mario Mandzukic and Gonzalo Higuain.

Madzukic could be directed to Turkey, where Besiktas is rumored to be interested in the Croatian forward. But also the Chinese SuperLeague could be a very lucrative option. Higuain is not on the market by any means at the moment, but several days ago came out the rumor about Maurizio Sarri wanting him the moment he landed the Chelsea job. That rumor could gain traction again, especially now that Sarri is out of Napoli, and Chelsea may have a shot at signing the coach.

If that scenario becomes a reality, then Juventus will look at Paris and London to fill the spots left vacant by the Higuain and Madzukic departures. In Paris, the primary objective would be Edinson Cavani, as reported by Il Corriere Dello Sport.

Cavani has stated, even recently, that he is happy at PSG and has no intentions of leaving the club. But, if the right offer comes in, then it could be the club's to take into consideration the option of selling the striker (170 goals in 246 games played for Paris Saint Germain). If Higuain leaves for London, and Chelsea in particular, then Alvaro Morata could possibly do the opposite, going from Chelsea to Juventus.

The striker from Spain seems a bit disgruntled in England, coming off a season with too many ups and downs (15 goals and six assist in his first season at Chelsea), and would welcome the opportunity to return to a club where he played for two seasons scoring 27 goals and adding 19 assists.

Both players won't come cheap, though. PSG could be asking for a price between $70 and $82 million for Cavani. Pretty much the same for Morata. Chelsea, in fact, paid a sum of $93 million to acquire him from Real Madrid. Juventus, in this case, would look for a two-years-long loan with $17 million paid to Chelsea, with a transfer fee option between $46 million and $58 million.

Roma's high on Justin Kluivert, but the Italians are not alone in pursuing the Dutch forward

Everybody wants Justin Kluivert, and, among the other, Roma seems very high on the Ajax inside forward. According to Corriere Dello Sport in particular, but also the paper version of Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Ajax Amsterdam player is one of the hottest names in the transfer market this summer.

Roma's Director of Football, Monchi, has put Kluivert at the top of his wishlist and seems to have already found an agreement with the players representative: soccer supermanager Mino Raiola.

The issue here will be to try to find a transfer fee convincing enough for Ajax, which is notoriously strict when entertaining transfer talks with other clubs. Nevertheless, there's one aspect that plays in Roma's favor: Kluivert's contract with Ajax will expire in June 2019. Hence, the Dutch club is not in a position to be incredibly pretentious. Roma, however, is not the only club that's on the youngster's footsteps.

In Italy, Inter Milan seems to have an interest in the player. In Europe, almost every top-tier Premier League club has Kluivert as a transfer target.

Tottenham had a deal in place with Ajax, but the player dismissed the option, claiming that the club decided to sell him to the Spurs without letting him know. Manchester United, on his side, will sell Antony Martial and the club is thinking about Kluivert as a quality replacement. Finally, the Liverpool Echo reports that Everton's new Director of Football, Marcel Brands may have an interest in bringing Patrick Kluivert's son to Goodison Park.

A probable trigger in pulling the agreement with Kluivert ( ten goals last year in Eredivisie) would be in taking part in next year's Champions League. A luxury that only Roma, Inter, Manchester United and Tottenham can claim. Justin Kluivert price tag seems to be in the region of $23 million.