Juventus have competition in the Jorginho case |Juventus-fr.com

Juventus have competition in the Jorginho case |Juventus-fr.com

Juventus are still on the trail of Italian international midfielder Jorginho. But the Chelsea player is very courted and it is even English competition that exists in this case. Manchester United’s Reds Devils are also in the hunt to sign the former Napoli midfielder in the coming weeks.

A few days before the official opening of the winter transfer window, Juventus is gradually starting to put its strategy in place. The leaders should not splurge on this transfer window and there will be no real big arrival unless they register one or two departures. According to information from the ‘Daily Mail’ the Bianconeri have still not given up on the trail leading to Jorginho. A serious track but an equally delicate track since Juventini are not alone on the file.

The British media delves into the situation of the Italian international under contract with the Chelsea Blues until next June and therefore free at the end of the season. If he has not yet communicated his desire for an extension, the former Napoli should end the season in the English capital, before leaving free in a few months. In addition to Juventus, it is Manchester United who would closely monitor this file and the Reds Devils could even draw to bring him in. Passed by Italy and Napoli in his career, he lost his place in Chelsea’s 11 and his objective would be to be able to relaunch his career next season. The opportunity would be great to relaunch in Turin in northern Italy even if a possible return to Naples seems to be in the pipeline. To be continued…

A real possibility for Juventus?

Market expert, our colleague Rudy Galetti also delivers his analysis on the interest of Juventus for the Italian international midfielder Jorginho who is coming to the end of his contract with Chelsea next June.

“Ronaldo’s name was mentioned a lot at Napoli this summer, but he stayed at United. So Jorginho’s future will be away from Chelsea, but he will stay in the Premier League. Italy could be a way forward, only if no one the English club had to satisfy the player’s demands.Naples was the springboard for Jorginho, he did well in the blue jersey, but it is not a profile that fits into the strategic perspective of this new club policy. It remains a suggestion of the newspaper which published the news, but I don’t know anything.”