Juventus are reportedly keen on making a move for Chelsea midfielder Jorginho at the end of the season.
The 30-year-old has expressed a desire to return to Italy in the past and, with his contract set to run out in 2023, a decision will need to be made by the Blues about the player’s future soon. A lot of fans on Twitter think the club should sell up if they get a decent enough offer from Juve:
I can see it happening, this season his final season win as much as possible and end on a high, he is 30 and said he wanted to move to Italy once more and will be 31 by the end of the year
— Tyrone Amadin (@tyrone_amadin) January 28, 2022
60-80 mil and he’s yours. Ain’t having a Willian situation again where we’re offered a lot of money and more than they’re worth and we turn it down.
— Ollie ⭐️⭐️ (@Ollx3v2) January 28, 2022
As much as I love Jorginho, but if we can con Juventus for 50-60 mil, then use that money to buy both Rice and Touchameni? I’d gladly take it
— TuChelsea (@TuChelsea12) January 28, 2022
Listen if we can get anything upwards of £50m for him take it and sell the likes of barkley, ampadu, loftus cheek, bakayoko, drinkwater for another £50m between them then get rice then it should be done. Kante, kova, rice, Gallagher, gilmour would be enough in my opinion.
— James Nicholls ⭐️⭐️ (@jamesnicholls83) January 28, 2022
not the biggest fan of jorgi playing style however i understand hes importance but we can get over 35 million pound for jorgi we should bite there hands off
— Leon Mason (@21mason21) January 28, 2022
This might happen as J5 always wanted to go back to Italy at some point in his career and he has won the CL already in England, also juve are a big team so it makes sense if he leaves in the summer
— BIGRom (@BIGRom78468867) January 28, 2022
Chelsea should just sell Jorginho and replace him with Rice.
— 🏆 💙🏆💙El Matador (@MatadorAdigida) January 28, 2022
With all the talk surrounding the likes of Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen, a lot less has been said about Jorginho’s contract situation. That is probably because he still has longer left to run on his current deal.
Even so, Chelsea won’t want his future to remain up in the air, and if Juventus are serious about their interest, a sale will be considered for the right price if talks over a contract extension don’t take place.