Juventus and Chelsea in talks as Blues offered these two players for midfielder Jorginho
Chelsea have reportedly been offered Arsenal legend Aaron Ramsey or Adrien Rabiot in exchange for Jorginho by Juventus.
Chelsea have been in the transfer headlines for weeks now as they are seemingly linked with every player that is in Europe and not happy at their respective club, and it seems that they are at it again.
It is no secret that Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri is keen to raid his former club in the summer transfer window and land the services of Jorginho, who is reportedly disposable at the club.
Jorginho has been a regular in the Chelsea side under Lampard, but has constantly shown a desire to return to Italian football at the earliest opportunity, and the fact that he has barely featured in the Chelsea side since the re-start of the Premier League, has led to all sorts of speculation.
Now Tuttosport claims his Juventus side are currently in talks with Chelsea over a deal.
It states the Serie A giants want to pay a transfer fee in instalments due to the current financial crisis caused by the coronavirus.
But to sweeten the deal, they are willing to add either the 28-year-old Welshman or French midfielder, 25, as part of the package for Jorginho.
Rabiot, 25, joined Juventus on a free transfer after allowing his Paris Saint-Germain contract to expire in June 2019, but his move has not really worked out and the six-capped France international has completed just eight 90-minute Serie A fixtures this season.
The same can be said of Ramsey since his move from Arsenal and is not part of the plans that Sarri has to take Juventus forward and possibly challenge for that Champions League title next season
Look, Chelsea will continue to be in the transfer headlines alot over the next few months, but this is a double swap deal that will surely not happen.
Rabiot would be a very good signing, but would Lampard really want to land a man that has flopped so massively at Juventus?
It is an interesting story but one that will not happen?