Italian outlet Tuttosport report that Juventus are currently considering a rebuilt offer for Jorginho which will be a multi-year advance offer.
As a result of the current money related football scene, the Italian side don't wish to look for a lasting arrangement.
The report recommends that great connections between the two clubs ought to adequately profit likely arrangements.
Jorginho has been connected with a transition to Juventus for a long while now with his specialist as of late implying that such a move is conceivable if the right offer shows up.
In the mean time, the 28-year-old plainly battles at Stamford Bridge with his ongoing deadened presentation against Norwich as another update why he's been tumbling down Frank Lampard's hierarchy.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
Juve always loan but when it's Chelsea they won't deal. They should pay cash.
no loans right out sale if he's to leave what does juve think we stupid no loans when it comes too top class players he might not fit our system but he definitely top drawer so sale our no deal.
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