Maurizio Sarri on Milan, Arsenal and Tottenham Radar after Roma Snub

Once they contacted him, Maurizio Sarri had prioritized Roma, putting the negotiation with Tottenham on the backburner. He is now back on the market since the Giallorossi snatched José Mourinho and, while he does not lack suitors, he is not in advanced talks with any team. He would emerge as an option for Milan and Arsenal if they decided to change their current coaches, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports.

Fali Ramadani, the agent of the veteran coach, was set to meet with Roma’s CEO Tiago Pinto this Friday to discuss the contract. He is eager to return on the bench after a year off. The Rossoneri intend to stick with Stefano Pioli, but the scenario could change if they did not qualify for Champions League. Sarri was close to joining the Devil a few years ago, while Adriano Galliani was the sporting director.

Arsenal are in 9th place domestically, but Mikel Arteta has saved his job through the performances in Europa League. He might be sacked if they did not win the continental cup, though. They have to come back in the semifinal versus Villarreal after a 1-2 loss on the road in the first leg. If they advanced, they would most likely have to beat Manchester United. If the Gunners axed their gaffer, Sarri would make the short-list of candidates to replace him, the outlet indicates.

Instead, the former Juventus boss has so far rejected the proposals of Olympique Marseille, Fiorentina, and Napoli. He would like to return to Premier League as he loved his time with Chelsea. The two Italian sides might resurface only if the other options fell through.