Chelsea have already made three new January signings and they are waiting for the the transfer window to begins to officially confirm the new stars.
The likes of Christopher Nkunku, David Dastro Fofana and Santos are now all added to the Chelsea book and they are still searching every corner of the market to add more as they are still hungry and unsatisfied.
According to the Sun Sport, Chelsea star Jorginho have reportedly planning to snub Chelsea contract extension offer and prioritize Napoli return as confirmed by his representative, Joao Santos.
Speaking to TMW, he said: “Jorginho's contract is expiring on June 30, we have a renewal offer and we’ll give priority to Chelsea. Naples represented our home in Italy, [Cristiano] Giuntoli really appreciates the player, for us it’s a special place.
“If there was a new interest we’d be happy, however, at the moment Napoli has not had any contact with us.”
The Italian professional midfield will become free to sign a pre-contract agreement with any club outside English premier league as from January. The case is feared by Chelsea as this seams to be his major reason for delaying signing contract offered by his club.
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