The Biaconeri's has made a decision on the Blues Italian International midfielder, Jorginho following the sacking of Juventus Italian coach, Maurizio Sarri after disappointing Champions League elimination by Olympique Lyon.
With the Italian media outlet Tuttosport, Italian champions the Bianconeri are no longer interested in signing the Blues midfielder Jorginho following the sacking of Maurizio Sarri.
The former Napoli and Chelsea boss brought Jorginho from Naples outfit to the west London club during his campaign in charge at Stamford Bridge and was again reported to be keen on a reunion with Jorginho at Turin before he was sacked.
The former Italian international and Juventus midfielder, Andrea Pirlo has been appointed as Sarri’s replacement at Bianconeri's and he reportedly wants to get Sandro Tonali rather than signing Jorginho.
The Blues manager Frank Lampard was reportedly open to selling the midfielder this summer to raise funds for possible signings.
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