Sarri did win the Scudetto but did not win over the fans and the club. It was clear that both are living in different worlds, worlds that cannot coexist together. Yesterday he spoke for the first time about his time at Juventus to Sporitalia.
"The Scudetto with Juventus was taken for granted externally but also internally, we almost didn't celebrate it. This fourth place was celebrated more."
“Managing Ronaldo is not easy, he's a multinational. I consider myself good at coaching and not at being a manager. If I had stayed at Juve what would I have done with Ronaldo? It depends on the needs of the club, if you have to save money it's better to give up one than six players. If you don't have to do that, you have to build a team suitable for Ronaldo."
“Dybala is a champion. I think Juventus have reached the point where they either believe in him or sell him.”
"Chelsea or Juve? I had a lot of fun, especially at Napoli. We lost the Scudetto in the hotel, seeing certain things happen."
The Juventus way
“In October I had a meeting with the staff and asked whether we should continue on our way, risking being sent home in a month, or make a few compromises to win the Scudetto and be sent off at the end of the year. We chose the last option.”
"It was a big mistake to decide to leave Chelsea to return to Italy at any cost.”