Chelsea man interested in Juventus move, club eye two other Blues players

Chelsea’s Jorginho would be willing to move to Juventus in the summer transfer window but the Bianconeri are also interested in Hakim Ziyech and Antonio Rudiger.

La Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Carlo Laudisa has reported that the potential sale of Chelsea from Roman Abramovich could cause financial issues for Chelsea and after four years at the club, Jorginho is ready to leave the London club and start a new chapter of his career. He knows about Juve’s interest in him already.

The cost of signing the midfielder is less than what it was last summer because his contract will have 12 months to go in the summer of 2022. Juve will be able to take advantage of the Growth Decree ruling, through which they will get 50 percent discount on taxes.

The talks with Paul Pogba are more of a challenge because of the Frenchman’s wage demands. But Juve also know that they have to deal with the age that is catching up with Giorgio Chiellini and they believe that Rudiger has the profile to replace him. Because he has played in Italy before, the Growth Decree can become effective in that case.

While the potential exit of Paulo Dybala is connected to Juve’s interest in Nicolo Zaniolo, but Roma’s asking price of €50 million could be an issue. That is why the Old Lady see Ziyech and Christian Pulisic as options and contact was made for them.

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