This is the second time that Sari has asked for the addition of Gorginho from another team, where he had previously requested his inclusion when he was coach for Chelsea in 2018, and the player was then in the Napoli ranks.
He coached Georginho between 2015 and 2018 in Naples, and oversaw his training for the 2018-2019 season with Chelsea.
According to Sky Italia, Sari refused to sign Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo next summer, and he stuck to joining Juergenio to Juventus.
The network pointed out that Sari does not want to include any player in this position other than Georginho, because he trusts his ability to play the roles of Bosnian Miralem Pjanic, who was associated with the departure from the “Bianconeri”.
Juventus are expected to enter more than one player in the deal in order to persuade Chelsea to agree to the departure of Jorginho, who is a key component of the English coach Frank Lampard’s squad.
It is noteworthy that Georginho was a requirement for several European clubs in 2018 after his star shone with Napoli, but his distinguished relationship with Sari and the coach’s insistence on his inclusion with Chelsea played a role in the player’s departure towards the London club.
Jorginho was a key element in the Chelsea crowning European Champions League title last season under the leadership of Sarri, at the expense of Arsenal.
Jorginho participated with Chelsea in 37 games this season, during which he scored 7 goals and made two goals.
The secret to Sari’s stuck
The Italian Network pointed out that Sari wants to include Giorgio for several reasons, foremost of which is his ability to play in various midfield centers.
Sari is one of the 28 coaches who believe in the capabilities of the 28-year-old Gorginho, under which he played 162 games, under which he scored 6 goals and made 13 goals.
Moreover, Georginho possesses several skills, most notably his ability to defend, in addition to his ability to score goals and shoot from outside the region with his successful penalty kick.
It is reported that the Italian player of Brazilian origins is bound by a contract with “Blues” that runs until the summer of 2023.