Former Barcelona Coach Luis Enrique tops the list of replacements for Napoli should Maurizio Sarri leave the club this summer, say reports.
Enrique, who has also previously managed both Celta Vigo and Roma, is said to be the Naples-based club’s desired managerial replacement with Tuttosport reporting the position may become vacant at the end of the campaign.
The 47-year-old, who is currently a free agent, is said to be a good fit to replace Sarri due to his background at Barca and the Spanish presence in Napoli’s squad.
The former Spain was linked to the vacant Sevilla managerial job in January but he reportedly told the Andalucian club he did not wish to take any job in the middle of the season.
Enrique has also been mentioned to be in the frame for replacing Antonio Conte at Chelsea this summer, with the Italian expected to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the campaign.