Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri says his future should not be decided by the result of the Europa League final.
He told reporters he planned to discuss his future with the directors of the Stamford Bridge club ‘to know if they are happy with me’.
Sarri, 60, admitted he is ‘very happy’ in the English Premier League and remains focused on Chelsea‘s big match against Arsenal in Baku on 29 May.
Asked whether his future depended on the outcome of the final, he said: ‘If the situation is like that I want to go immediately because you cannot after 10 months of work have to play everything in 90 minutes.
‘You are either happy with my work or not happy.’
Sarri led the Blues to a third-place finish in the English league, 26 points behind champions Manchester City.
The Italian, who was appointed in July 2018, has two years remaining on his contract.
He has been linked with a move to Juventus, according to Sky Sports.
Their manager Massimiliano Allegri announced he was leaving the Serie A champions.