FABRIZIO ROMANO: Chelsea is willing to allow the £110,000-per-week midfielder to join Arsenal on the Transfer Deadline.
On Twitter, Fabrizio Romano stated that the Chelsea team managed by Graham Potter is willing to sell Jorginho to the Arsenal team managed by Mikel Arteta in the waning hours of the January transfer window.
Romano claims that Arsenal has made contact with Chelsea regarding the possibility of acquiring the services of their midfielder Jorginho. Chelsea is Arsenal’s rival in both London and the Premier League.
According to the information provided by the Italian journalist, the club that has previously won the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League is reportedly open to the idea of selling the Italy international midfielder who makes £110,000 per week (SalarySport).
The 31-year-old midfielder is currently being considered by Arsenal as a potential replacement for Moises Caicedo, who currently plays for Brighton and Hove Albion.
Romano claims that Chelsea will demand a reasonable transfer fee from Arsenal in order to acquire the player who formerly played for Napoli.
In the near future, Jorginho would be an excellent addition to Arsenal as a player to sign.
The Italian is widely regarded as one of the game’s finest and most accomplished central midfielders, and the star player for Chelsea has the potential to make an immediate contribution for Arsenal.
Jorginho could play an important role in the Gunners’ quest to win the Premier League title this year, which is one of their primary objectives for the upcoming campaign.
The man, who is now 31 years old, is a winner.
Jorginho’s achievements with Chelsea include victories in the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and the Euro 2020 finals.
It is interesting to note that this is not the first time in recent years that Jorginho’s name has been mentioned in connection with Arsenal.
Sky Sports reported in October 2020 that Arsenal had expressed interest in acquiring the Italian player from Chelsea.
Thomas Partey, formerly of Atletico Madrid, was eventually acquired by the Gunners.