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Chelsea star Jorginho will ‘always feel the desire’ to return to Italy, says agent

Jorginho has become a key figure for Frank Lampard’s Chelsea side (Picture: Getty) Jorginho’s agent has revealed how the Chelsea star ‘will always feel the desire’ to return ‘home’ to Italy. The 27-year-old followed Maurizio Sarri from Napoli to Chelsea ahead of the 2018/19 campaign and struggled to live up to his £50million price tag in a difficult opening season at Stamford Bridge. However, Jorginho has become a key figure at the start of Frank Lampard’s reign, pulling the strings at the base of the midfield, while academy products Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham have taken on the responsibility of scoring Chelsea’s goals in attack. Jorginho’s representative, Joao Santos, claims the Italy international has improved under the tutelage of both Sarri and Lampard and believes the move to west London came at a perfect time for his client. Jorginho is impressing for both club and country (Picture: Getty) ‘It has certainly been a positive year for Jorginho,’ he told Radio Sportiva. ‘He is doing well for the Nazionale and can take part in the Euros. He always converts his penalties, I am very happy for him, as he is working so hard every day. ‘Naturally, it was not positive when Giampiero Ventura was the Italy coach, but he has slowly become first choice in that midfield. ‘It certainly helps that he plays for Chelsea, because it’s a very intense style of football in England and he learned a lot from both Maurizio Sarri and Frank Lampard.’ More: FootballChelsea star's agent refuses to rule out return 'home' to Serie A78-year-old becomes world's oldest man with Down's syndromeHalf marathon cancelled over false alarm of man 'acting suspiciously' While Santos suggests Jorginho is more than happy at Chelsea for the time being, he refused to rule out a return to Serie A in the future. ‘I think Jorginho can do very well at the Euros and, why not, also at the next World Cup,’ he continued. ‘As for a return to Serie A, anything is possible. ‘He will always feel the desire to come back home.’ MORE: Daniel James somehow plays on after horrific head clash during Wales match...

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Published By: Metro - Sunday, 13 October







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