£60m midfielder to replace Jorginho, Defender reveals why he made big Chelsea transfer decision, as Madrid informs Chelsea world-cup winner will leave club

Jorginho may be open to the idea of leaving Chelsea in the summer to sign with Napoli, Thomas Tuchel may now need to look for a replacement.

Reports claim that Napoli supremo Aurelio De Laurentiis is unhappy with the team’s performances and has already approached Maurizio Sarri about the possibility of replacing under-fire head coach Gennaro Gattuso.

And that has led to strong reports in the media which have claimed that Sarri would look to raid Chelsea and try to acquire the services of Jorginho, a move that his agent has failed to rule out

“Football is dynamic and nothing can be ruled out,” Santos told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli. “If Sarri returns to Napoli, he would make an attempt to bring Jorginho back. He is perfect for his football. I can’t rule it out.

“He has two years left on his contract and is a regular starter for Italy. However, with a good project, he would be open to coming back.”

And if the midfielder does decide to pack his bags in the summer window, then Tuchel will need to backing of the board to go out and buy an adequete replacement for the Italian midfielder, AND WE BELIEVE THHAT GREALISH COULD BE THE ANSWER.

Haven proven himself in the Premier League over the past few seasons, Grealish is now ready for that next step in the game and play for one of the Premier League’s biggest clubs.

He has speed, is great on the ball, can play that killer pass but has the ability to track back and do the dirty side of the game, something that Jorginho has been lacking throughout his time at Chelsea. He would cost just £60 million to acquire, but at the end of the day, he is still young enough to make that fee look like a very good investment.

So if Jorginho does decide to leave the club at the end of the season, then we believe that Grealish is the idea player to get signed.

Defender reveals why he made big Chelsea transfer decision

Ex-Chelsea youngster Jonathan Panzo has revealed why he left Stamford Bridge, admitting “I needed to get out of my comfort zone

Panzo spent eight years rising through Chelsea’s academy ranks, but he was never really given a shot at making that first team and opted to depart the club for Monaco back in 2018 at the age of 17.

Panzo made his senior debut for Monaco in a 1-0 Coupe de la Ligue victory over Lorient in December 2018, but only appeared in two further matches before being shipped out on loan to Cercle Brugge.

The 20-year-old impressed enough during his spell in Belgium to attract Dijon’s attention, and Monaco were happy to sanction his departure on a permanent basis due to the fact they could not promise him regular minutes.

The England U21 international only lasted two seasons at Monaco, after he secured a move to Dijon in 2020, but he insists he has no regrets over his decision to turn his back on the Blues at the start of his career.

“It was a brave decision, but I felt I just needed to get out of my comfort zone,” Panzo told The Mirror. “It was a chance to see more of the world, see different cultures and a different style of playing the game.

“Obviously it was brave for me but I feel it was worth it. It showed me a lot of new things, it made me mature at a young age.”

Look, there are a number of talents like Panzo at the club that spent most of their time out on-loan, so the decision to leave was a massive once to make, and one that will surely plan out as he will get more opportunities at Dijon than he would at Chelsea.

Real Madrid informs Chelsea world-cup winner Isco will leave club

Sevilla director of football Monchi says out-of-favour Real Madrid midfielder and long-term Chelsea target Isco wants to leave the Liga giants.

Isco has been a name that has constantly been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge over the past three years, but despite all the speculation and despite all the rumours, the Blues have never been able to get a transfer deal done

But Isco has rarely featured under Zinedine Zidane this season and that has led to him once again being frustrated at the lack of game time he has been receiving, and he is now fed up and wants to leave the Spanish giants.

Monchi said Isco’s name had come up in discussions with Sevilla club president Jose Castro about possible transfer targets, but that they had no real interest in bringing him in, opening the door for Arsenal to get a deal done

Monchi told Estadio Deportivo: “The conversation lasted approximately 15 or 20 seconds. It is news that has come out, he asked me and I said no, that was all the interest in Isco.

“We do not live in a basement and read things, but I talk to the president or vice-president on a day-to-day basis, and there are things that jump out and the president asks me if that is true and I say ‘Yes, yes, I have not told you’, but it is not the case with Isco.

“It is a rumour, a logical rumour, because he wants to leave and here is a coach with who he played at a high level, but there is absolutely nothing, not a movement.”

Asked if Sevilla might pursue Isco in the summer, Monchi said: “Fortunately in that position we have very interesting players. It is one of the positions on the pitch about which we can be calmer. In the positions that Isco can play, we have players here that will give us good performances.”

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