Juventus get a positive signal from Jorginho’s Transfer Agent related to their plans to recruit the former Napoli midfielder in the transfer market next summer.
For information, new coach Maurizio Sarri, is believed to be in need of a midfielder who can apply his tactics perfectly at Juventus. The former Chelsea manager considers that a series of midfielders owned by Bianconneri are still inadequate.
Some Italian media also believe that Sarri wants Jorginho in the Juventus squad next season. Naturally, the manager did have a good relationship with the Brazilian midfielder.
After the two worked together in Naples, Sarri then took him to England to work together again at Chelsea. However, when Sarri left Stamford Bridge last summer, Jorginho decided to stay at Chelsea.
Regarding news of interest from Juventus, Joao Santos as Transfer Agent Jorginho gave a positive signal.
“Juventus are one of the top teams in Europe and all the players will definitely want to play for them,” Joao Santos told Radio Kiss Kiss.
However, the Agent stressed that so far the news was still limited to speculation, due to the fact Juve had not made an official offer until now.
“I have not received any offer from Paratici (Juventus Sporting Director). He hasn’t contacted me.” He said.
For now, the Agent can say that Jorginho is still quite comfortable playing at Chelsea, and he is also under a three-year contract with the Blues. It’s just that does not mean that his client cannot move closer to Turin.
“Jorginho still has a three-year contract at Chelsea and he is currently playing well in London. I have personally read this rumor from various media, and I repeat, Juventus is one of the top clubs in the world of football,” he said.
Reportedly, Chelsea will not mind releasing Jorginho to Juventus. On condition that they demand that Juventus hand over Miralem Pjanic to Stamford Bridge at the same time. This discourse of exchange was welcomed positively by the Bianconneri camp.
Even before, they were believed to have negotiated with Barcelona regarding Pjanic’s exchange plan with Arthur Melo.