When it comes to transfers and managerial appointments, no one quite does it like Roman Abramovich and Chelsea.
The Russian billionaire is one of the most ruthless, trigger happy owners in the game but the Blues success since he arrived in England speaks for itself, with them going on to win every major trophy on offer. But on the flip side he's got through 12 managers since buying the club back in 2004, resulting in paying out over £93m in compensation.
But it now looks like we have another name to add to that list of departed managers, with Maurizio Sarri edging towards the exit door. The Italian has endured a difficult first year in England which saw him involved in spats with his players, being jeered by supporters and thrashed by Manchester City (6-0) & Bournemouth (4-0).
But despite all the obstacles and criticism, he managed to take Chelsea back into the Champions League by steering them to a third placed finish along with delivering his first piece of major silverware. A 4-1 win over Arsenal in the Europa League final rounded off what ended up being a good first season, which also included an appearance in the EFL Cup final.
Many Chelsea fans were calling for his head not long ago but the way they ended the campaign changed their thoughts somewhat. However, despite this it appears that their win over the Gunners in Baku may well have been his final outing as Blues boss. Juventus are in the market for a new coach after the departure of Massimiliano Allegri and on Sunday it was confirmed that Sarri will indeed be heading back to his homeland.
The Italian's departure means that this is the first time that Abramovich hasn't had his own way when it comes to managers. He's never lost a boss to another club and it comes just days after selling their star player Eden Hazard to Real Madrid, so there's some worrying times ahead for Chelsea fans right?
Well, to counter the negativity surrounding the Hazard and Sarri situations, it looks like the Blues are lining up club legend Frank Lampard as the man to come in and take the reigns - a move that would go down a treat with the supporters.
He's made an impressive start to his managerial career in the Championship with Derby but moving to Stamford Bridge would represent a colossal step up. Expectations and pressure would be sky high so it wouldn't be easy & that's before taking their transfer ban into account.
Uncertain, but potentially exciting times are head for Chelsea fans but what can they expect?