By Jordan Seward For Mailonline
Published: 18:04 BST, 20 June 2019 | Updated: 18:10 BST, 20 June 2019
If Maurizio Sarri thought he could join Napoli's rivals Juventus without any backlash, he was mistaken.
The Italian boss, who was born in Naples, left the club in 2018 with the reputation of an icon after steering the side to three impressive campaigns on the bounce.
Despite returning no silverware, Sarri was still adored by Napoli fans, even when he departed for Chelsea at the end of his third season in charge.
Napoli have not taken Maurizio Sarri's decision to join their arch-rivals Juventus too kindly
The club poked fun at Sarri, who is very superstitious, by posting a tongue-in-cheek video. Pictured here is a cornicello charm - considered lucky in Italy - laying next to a skull
However, Napoli have not taken too kindly to Sarri's decision to take over their arch-rivals Juventus.
The 60-year-old was unveiled on Thursday as Max Allegri's successor after signing a three-year deal with the Italian champions worth £18million.
But it appears as