The closest until a few hours ago is likely to irretrievably leave, even if a Barcelona and surroundings are not given up. There are those who say that the Catalans can still satisfy the Juventus and his desire for capital gain through the sale of Miralem Pjanic: the road is that of the departure of other luxury redundancies in the Barça home, from Coutinho to Nelson Semedo, but it will be hard to break through the Juventus club by probing alternative ways to the exchange, held for days, with the Brazilian Arthur Melo. And while the Spanish media have spared no criticism of the behavior of the midfielder whose parents have had more than one doubt about the opportunity to stay, the dg Fabio Paratici now has two roads ahead of him, net of any reopening on the Barcelona front: Jorginho and Leandro Paredes. Tracks complicated in the same way, but for different reasons.
The Italian-Brazilian of Chelsea he has an indisputable feeling with Maurizio Sarri and last season, which ended with the conquest of the Europa League, proves it widely. The former Napoli, which worked in the Campania city for three seasons with the current Juventus coach, literally exploded in the fourth playing 54 games in one year. The four-year period spent with the coach served the midfielder to file strengths and weaknesses by refining his skills as a model director of the typical 4-3-3 Sarriano. More rigorous and probably more skilled than Pjanic in the non-possession phase, Jorginho is considered the perfect central midfielder based on what Sarri wants from his medians. But Juve must now assess whether it is really worth turning towards Chelsea. Because the Blues are the first to not want to give up one of the cornerstones of the Frank Lampard game and if they were really sales oriented they don’t intend to get a penny less than the 57 million plus 8 of bonuses.
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