Maurizio Sarri stormed away from Chelsea’s training session at Baku’s Olympic Stadium on the eve of the Europa League final against Arsenal.
Blues head coach Sarri twice threw his cap to the ground in frustration as he walked away from the session as it was still being completed.
It happened moments after team-mates Gonzalo Higuaín and David Luiz were involved in an altercation.
Chelsea have subsequently insisted the two incidents were unrelated and that Sarri’s anger was down to the media’s continued presence at the session meaning that the squad were unable to practice set pieces.
Earlier on Tuesday. Sarri was asked about his future amid reports he is set to leave Chelsea and take over at Juventus.
“I want to think only about the final. Then I have a contract with Chelsea for two years,” he said.
“So first of all I will speak with Chelsea. But this is not the moment. Now we need to think only of the final because our feeling is that we deserve to win.”