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"Striker reunion is on the cards" - Chelsea ready to pay £42million to grant Maurizio Sarri his wish


Juventus are ready to sell Gonzalo Higuain this summer and he could reunite with former coach Maurizio Sarri if both end up at Chelsea.

The Argentina international has struggled to replicate the form which saw him beat the all-time Serie A goal-scoring record this season and could be sold by the Bianconeri.

Italian website has claimed that the Blues are ready to pay more than £60million to secure the services of the 30-year-old.

At the start of the month, Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta rubbished rumours that Higuain and Dybala were on the market.

"Choose between Dybala and Higuain?," he was asked.

"Juve are not used to selling and this happens if one goes away. To date, there is no such assumption. Juve haven't put them on the market."

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