Maurizio Sarri was brought into the club last summer, to replace Antonio Conte after the Blues had finished outside of the top four, missing out on the Champions League.
Sarri came in with his much vaulted Sarri-ball reputation, and he took the Blues back into the Champions League with a third-place finish in the Premier League, while they also won the Europa League.
It has ended up being a pretty good season for the Blues.
But the boss has been under scrutiny from the start, and is not thought to be wanted by the Chelsea hierarchy.
Not only that, but Sarri himself has admitted being homesick.
And he could well be off to Juventus, if a former Chelsea boss is to be believed.