One of Chelsea targets to replace Antonio Conte as manager, Maurizio Sarri, has hinted he might move to the Premier League because he is bored of Serie A.
Sarri saw Napoli’s title challenge effectively ended this weekend when Juventus came from 2-1 down for a controversial 3-2 win over Inter Milan, before Napoli lost 3-0 at Fiorentina.
Juventus are now four points clear with three games to go and set to win a seventh successive title.
“The only hope is that, in life, everything has to end sometime! Sooner or later, the domination will end.
“I must say, seeing the Premier League have this constant alternation of winners every year, it grows the love for teams and makes everyone have hope of success. It’s a different situation here in Italy.
“The risk is that we’ll lose many fans, because they cheer on teams that will never win and they know that too well.
“If we impoverish the whole system, then the rich will be impoverished too,” Sarri told reporters.
Sarri replaced Rafa Benitez at Napoli in 2015 and the 59-year-old is yet to improve his £1.3m-a-year contract, which includes a £7m buyout clause until May 31.