The premier League season is finally coming to an end this weekend, and eyes will set on the upcoming summer transfer window which might be boring Chelsea since almost every club is looking to loot some of their squad members, this comes only few weeks after Laliga Santander giants Barcelona and Real Madrid makes effort to both Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger respectively.
With Chelsea likely to lose up to 5 players come this summer, Serie A side Juventus have as well set eyes on one of the club's great talents, where Juventus transfer manager Federico Cherubini has landed in London in the past few hours for a long series of transfer matches and the most important as reported by Sports witness is the one with Chelsea. For months now, Juventus has had close relations with Jorginho 's agent , but now it's time to take action and talk seriously about it with the Blues. The goal is to understand costs and possibilities in detail, with the idea of eventually closing the double shot in the median with the Italian-Brazilian along with Paul Pogba . Much, in this sense, will depend on which and how many players manage to sell Juventus first, in order to accumulate a good treasure to be used for a sort of technical revolution.The Blues will be forced to get into the market incase they lose the linked-away players including Kai Havertz, Jorginho, Alonso, Azpiliqueta, Christensen and Rudiger respectively.
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