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Today’s back pages: ‘Sarrivederci’ for Chelsea manager Maurizio?

A round up of the sport headlines from UK newspapers on 21 May

Maurizio Sarri’s future is the main focus of The Sun’s back page today - could it be “Sarrivederci” for the Chelsea manager?

According to the paper the Italian wants a quick decision from Chelsea because Serie A champions Juventus are ready to pounce.

Juve are set to part company with Massimiliano Allegri and Sarri is claimed to be their No.1 choice to take the reigns in Turin.

Ole’s warning

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned his Manchester United squad that they must return fit for pre-season or face the Old Trafford exit.

The Daily Express reports that manager Solskjaer has told his players to “shape up or you’re out” while the Daily Mirror says “fat’s your lot” to any United star who returns overweight for the new campaign.

Murray: I hope to play singles again

British tennis star Andy Murray has told The Times that he is confident of making a full return after hip surgery, but it initially may only be playing doubles. Murray “hopes to play singles again” but a return at Wimbledon this year looks unlikely at this stage.

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