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Chelsea offered two players by Juventus in Jorginho swap?

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Chelsea are reportedly offered the choice of two players by Juventus as the Italian giants look to strike a deal for Jorginho.

Chelsea have reportedly been offered the choice of two players by Juventus as the Italian giants look to strike a deal for Jorginho.

The Old Lady are supposedly stepping up their pursuit of the midfielder ahead of the summer transfer window, with former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri understood to be keen on a reunion with the player in Turin.

According to Tuttosport, Juve are willing to part ways with Aaron Ramsey or Adrien Rabiot as they attempt to lure Jorginho back to Italy.

The report claims that Chelsea are reluctant to sell for less than the £58m they originally paid for the 28-year-old, but the Blues will likely lower their asking price should a part-exchange deal be agreed upon.

Jorginho has turned out 37 times in all competitions for Chelsea this term, notching up six goals and two assists for Frank Lampard's men.

Elsewhere, Chelsea are supposedly at the head of the queue for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz.

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