According to report, the italian Serie A side Juventus under the auspicious management of Andreas Pirlo are reportedly interested in signing the Italian midfielder Jorginho in the next summer transfer window.
However, it will be tremendous to note the fact that Jorginho is seen as the secondary target or an alternative in of an unforeseen circumstances in the primary target Manuel Locatelli
Again, it will be good to note that Jorginho has been really performaning very well under the management of Thomas Tuchel, though it seems he actually lost favour under the management Frank Lampard.
However, Chelsea have surplus midfielders to requirements, in the club. Besides the likes of Billy Gilmore is still in the team who is still young, while Jorginho will become 30 years of age this year.
Well! if they will pay well then they should consider selling him since we have Billy that needs more game time dude has potential just need to play more.
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