Jorginho, midfielder of the Chelsea and the national team, remains in the sights of Juventus, upon express indication of Maurizio Sarri. The operation in any case is far from easy, as highlighted by the words released by Joao Santos, agent of the former Napoli player: “Nobody from Juventus contacted me – explains to TuttoJuve.com -. Sarri appreciates it a lot, but the boy now thinks only of Chelsea. It is unlikely that the Bianconeri will be able to buy it today, because what we will experience will not be a normal market, economically it will be affected by the pandemic, and because it has a contract with Chelsea until 2023. If it is worth 50-60 million? It will be difficult to shell out those figures for a single player, not only for Juventus. If this happens, I reply that the person concerned will have to go to Chelsea and talk to Marina about it. Then we will evaluate together what to do. This would not be a problem“.FOUR OBSTACLES AND ONE ACE – A complicated operation therefore, for four orders of factors: the difficult moment dictated by the coronavirus emergency, the figures at stake, the contract in being with i Blues still long, and the obstacle Marina Granovskaia, Chelsea CEO and hard nut for anyone in any market negotiations. On the Juve side, in any case, there is Jorginho’s liking, thanks to Fabio Paratici’s trump card, or the special feeling between the player and Sarri, satisfaction that we seem to deduce from the words of his agent. Paole which can be summarized as follows: if someone (Juve) agrees with Chelsea, we will talk about it without problem. And this really seems to us an opening.
TRADE? – Having said that, it is then very probable that the negotiation could see the insertion of other players, for a market which, in general, will consist of many exchanges. Yesterday we wrote to you about Federico Bernardeschibut there are also other players that Juve could put in a deal with Chelsea for Jorginho (and possibly Emerson Palmieri): it goes from Ramsey to Rabiot, but without neglecting Douglas Costa and Rugani.