English Premier League is one of the best football leagues in the world, but this Chelsea Superstar hopes to go back to Italy and play in the Serie A one day.
Chelsea have started English Premier League campaign on style as Maurizio Sarri’s side have registered 4 victories from 4 games so far this season. Sarri replaced Antonio Conte this summer, who got sacked following Chelsea’s dismal performance last season. Sarri who coached Napoli in the previous season also brought his midfield linchpin Jorginho when he came to Chelsea this summer.
The Italian superstar has managed to impress one and all so far for Chelsea in the league. With Chelsea now executing a possession-based football, it was no doubt that Jorginho would have to play a key role. However, the midfielder hopes to go back to Italy one day and play in the Serie A, which according to him is the best league in the world. The Chelsea superstar said, “There were various things behind my departure from Napoli. The will of just one party is not enough. Serie A will always be one of the best leagues in the world. I hope to go back one day.”
Despite his statement on moving back to Italy, the player also admitted that he is enjoying his time in England. The former Napoli midfielder said, “There is a big difference, in terms of rhythm, physicality. Everybody knows this, of course, but I am enjoying it a lot. I enjoy the high tempo of the matches and the fact that all the players get involved 100 per cent in the games.”
“The Premier League is really nice, it’s wonderful. It is also quite difficult to explain certain things. You need to experience them personally to take it all in. When you come to a training centre [Cobham] with 38 football pitches, there is no need for any comments. You just need to go see it.” added the Chelsea star
Jorginho has impressed so far with his performance for Chelsea in the league. Sarri knows the player well and it is expected that we could see more of his magic in the coming games for the Blues. Currently, the player will be looking to dazzle the audience with his performances for Italy in the International fixtures.