The Serie A season is nearing the end, with Juventus getting closer to another title, while Napoli is sitting in second place on the table. Nonetheless, as it happens in the world of Soccer nowadays, rumors of future transfers never stop, with the biggest clubs in Europe who are already targeting the best players available on the market.

Juventus on Anthony Martial

The paper version of Il Corriere Dello Sport writes about the increasing Juventus Fc interest for Manchester United forward Anthony Martial. According to the Italian daily sports newspaper, the club would be ready spend over 50 million of Euros (around 60 million of Dollars) to acquire the former Monaco Fc's standout.

Martial, 22, has played 43 matches this season, for Manchester United, scoring eleven goals and recording ten assists.

According to a report by The Sun, Martial refused to sign a new contract with United (the actual one runs out at the end of June 2019), and this news fueled speculations about his departure at the end of the season. Juventus sees Martial as the perfect fit for the left side of his attacking trio (with Gonzalo Higuain in the middle and Paulo Dybala on the right) and the best possible replacement of Mario Mandzukic, who, always according to Il Corriere Dello Sport, would leave the club at the end of the season.

Juventus seems to not be the only club on Martial’s footsteps as Chelsea and, Tottenham Hotspurs in England, and Atletico Madrid, in Spain (always according to The Sun) have shown interest in him.

Anthony Martial will be a feature for the French National Team who will play in the World Cup in Russia starting next June.

Maurizio Sarri from Napoli to Chelsea?

According to the paper version of La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Premier League powerhouse, Chelsea Fc is looking at Italy, once again, to replace his actual manager, Antonio Conte who almost assuredly will leave the side at the end of this season.

More precisely, Roman Abramovich's club is pointing at Maurizio Sarri, Napoli’s coach. Sarri, whose side is second in the Italian Serie A, seems to be the top name on the list of the Russian billionaire for Chelsea’s bench.

Gazzetta Dello Sport, and also Mail online reports that Chelsea would have no problem in paying the release clause present on Sarri’s contract with Napoli of eight million of euros (roughly 9.5 million of dollars) within the end of May to set the Italian trainer free to land in the Premier League.

Rumors reported by the Italian newspaper also states that Sarri - who speaks English - has already advised some of his closest aides to start studying English in light of a future transfer to Chelsea. The names of possible Sarri's replacements at Napoli are Sampdoria’s Marco Giampaolo and the Spaniard, Unai Emery who is finishing his bittersweet tenure at Paris Saint Germain.