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Reports: Agent Talks up Chelsea Midfielder amidst interest from ‘Top European Clubs’

The transfer rumours surrounding Jorginho continue to intensify and the 28-year-old has been subjected to interest from at least two European clubs, according to the player’s agent Joao Santos. Jorginho has had a strong campaign with Chelsea at a time when many expected him to follow Maurizio Sarri and return to Italy. Yet, it appears that he is not very keen on staying with the blues for much longer.

After arriving from Napoli for a fee of £50 million in 2018, Jorginho has had ups and downs of extreme nature. However, his agent, who has been actively trying to push for a move with numerous interviews, says that at least two major clubs are keen on signing his client. Chelsea are under no pressure to sell Jorginho except if the club want to cash in on a player who will soon be 29 years old. Jorginho’s market value is not going up any time soon and he still has three years left on his contract.

According to the Metro, Santos said:

“He is a complete player. He is in the national team and he is the vice-captain of Chelsea. Over time he has gained experience and is now a real leader

“Jorginho still has three years of contract and is doing well at Chelsea. However, if an important offer arrives, the negotiation could go through. In this sense, two top European clubs, not Italian, have contacted me.”

If Chelsea decide to sell Jorginho, it is highly unlikely that the blues will recover the transfer fees paid. Due to a sharp decline in player valuations, the midfielder could only fetch £30 million in the current market.

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