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Jorginho ‘would like to stay’ at Chelsea amid reports of Italy return

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho said he would “like to stay” at Stamford Bridge, though he admitted he does not know his long-term future.

The Italy international has just one year remaining on his current deal at the club, and reports have linked him with a return to Serie A.

Jorginho – who joined Chelsea from Napoli in 2018 – made 47 appearances in all competitions for Thomas Tuchel’s men in 2021-22, scoring nine goals, all of which were penalties, and addressed his future during pre-season preparations in Los Angeles.

He said:

“Of course, I love Chelsea. I feel very well here, and I’d like to stay.

“But, a lot is going on, and we don’t know.

“I am here now, I have a contract, and I love to be here. I feel very well here, so I don’t think about moving anywhere.

“For many years now [there has been speculation about his future]. Every single year. I don’t think like this. I think about where I am and focus 100 per cent.

“I’m at Chelsea, and I think about Chelsea 100 per cent.”

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Of Chelsea players, only Thiago Silva (68) made more interceptions than Jorginho’s 65 in all competitions last season.

The 30-year-old has won a Europa League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup with the London club. He addressed his future ahead of the 2022-23 season when he intends to challenge for silverware again.

“The motivation is that I do what I love,” he added. “This was my dream when I was a kid.

“I dreamt I could win – so if I win the same title, it is still remarkable. I look at my medals every day and love them. It’s why I want to win more.

“One of the [motivations is to win the Premier League]. I still have a few left. So I need to work hard to achieve those trophies, which is what I do.

“What counts is the results at the end of the season. So I prefer to talk about what we’ve done at the end of the season.”

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