Napoli have rekindled interest in Chelsea midfielder Jorginho
Napoli rekindle their interest in a return move for Chelsea star Jorginho, with the 31-year-old Italy midfielder’s contract expiring at the end of the season
- Italian outfit Napoli have rekindled interest in Chelsea midfielder Jorginho, 31
- The Italian is set to become a free agent when his deal expires in the summer
- Jorginho joined Chelsea in 2018 from Napoli and has been linked with a return
- However, Napoli may struggle to pay the Italy international’s current wages
Napoli have rekindled interest in Chelsea midfielder Jorginho as his contract situation remains unresolved.
The 31-year-old joined the Blues in 2018 from Napoli and has been linked with a return to the Italian outfit as his current contract with Chelsea is coming to an end.
Jorginho’s deal with the Premier League giants is set to expire in the summer and his agent has already begun exploring potential options.
Italian outfit Napoli have rekindled interest in 31-year-old Chelsea midfielder Jorginho
The Italian is set to become a free agent when his deal with Chelsea expires in the summer
A return to Italy is Jorginho’s preferred move – given the fact he started his career there and is now heading into his twilight years.
However, Napoli’s financial struggles could throw a spanner in the works as Jorginho boasts exceptionally high wages at Chelsea.
Though a return to Napoli would be Jorginho’s first-choice – in the case of a Chelsea exit – there remain a number of other routes back to Italy for the midfielder.
Maurizio Sarri – who joined Chelsea on the same day as the Italian midfielder – has long been an admirer and would welcome the 31-year-old to Lazio.
Newcastle and Barcelona have also registered an interest in the 31-year-old, however, with Napoli remain the priority.
The midfielder would be interested in joining Luciano Spalletti bit his wages may be an issue
Lazio boss Maurizio Sarri (R) would look to reunite with Jorginho if the player decides to leave
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