Juventus release an announcement affirming Coach Maurizio Sarri has been determined to have pneumonia in the wake of battling with influenza.
The strategist became sick a week ago and required medicinal treatment on a few events, including just before their conventional pre-season in-house inviting with the young group in Villar Perosa.
He at that point didn’t make the outing to Triestina for a 1-0 benevolent match on Saturday evening.
“Maurizio Sarri, in the wake of having watched rest throughout the end of the week, was at the JTC Continassa today where he composed crafted by his staff,” read an announcement.
“Sadly, he couldn’t direct the preparation on the field because of the diligence of his influenza, which struck him through the span of a week ago.
“In the late evening, he experienced further tests that affirmed he has pneumonia, for which explicit treatment has been recommended.
“The Coach has approved the club to convey his condition of wellbeing.”
It currently stays to be checked whether Sarri will be fit enough to be on the seat during the current end of the week’s opening Serie A game against Parma.
The previous Napoli and Chelsea strategist is an infamous chain-smoker and it’s probable this further exacerbated the impacts of seasonal influenza side effects.