Multiple sources in Italy and England are confident Chelsea will release Maurizio Sarri from his contract on Monday so he can join Juventus.
The negotiations have proved fruitful, using intermediary Fali Ramadani to ensure Chelsea will let Sarri go without the need for €6m in compensation.
Another meeting is expected in Monte Carlo today, possibly involving Sarri himself and Juventus director Fabio Paratici, to work out the final details.
The former Napoli boss won the Europa League in his maiden Stamford Bridge season, securing third place in the Premier League and reaching the Carabao Cup Final.
According to sources including Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia and The Guardian, Sarri will be named as the new Juventus boss on Monday.
There are some who continue to maintain Pep Guardiola is trying to leave Manchester City for the Bianconeri, but most reliable sources point to Sarri and always have done.