Versatile and adroit midfielder, Jorginho followed former Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri to Stamford Bridge in July, completing a joint-£57million move to the West London.

Jorginho has made the mark under Sarri as he did while he was at Napoli as he helped his team in the high crazy possessive football that was never seen since the inception of club owner Abramovich.

Sarri has had the opportunity to rotate Ross Barkley and Mateo Kovacic, but Jorginho has stamped his authority in the midfield as the Brazilian-born has not faced any defeat in the Premier League, completing 100 per cent(4 in 4) successive wins.

Even though Jorginho is enjoying his stay at Chelsea, he admitted that he would return to Italy.

According to the interview in Italy. He said:

“There were various things behind my departure from Napoli. The will of just one party is not enough. Serie A will always be one of the best leagues in the world. I hope to go back one day, daily mail”

He also admitted that there is a difference between the tempo and physicality of English and Italian football and that he cannot miss a magnificent place like Napoli.

Chelsea currently share the same point with Liverpool and Watford as they continue their next match in a week time after the international break.

With the signs and hint by the Italian midfielder, who knows where he would be in five years time.


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