Loving life in London! £53 million man has special Chelsea message after completing deal

Former Napoli star Jorginho has announced he is finding it very difficult not to love life in London after his summer move to Chelsea.

The Brazilian-Born-Italian arrived at Stamford Bridge after the arrival of Sarri in a deal worth around £53 million after he rejected the opportunity to link-up with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, even though reports suggested that the Premier League Champions were in deep talks to complete a deal.

But even though many were questioning if he had the game to adapt to the Premier League, so far Jorginho has been the maestro behind Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the new season, even though Eden Hazard has been getting all the headlines for his goals, as he has contributed in a number of assists over the first few weeks of the season.

And now he has admitted that he is ;loving life’ at Stamford bridge after four very successful years at Napoli, he was quoted on the Daily Express website: “It is a privilege to come here and to play alongside them. I think anyone who plays at Chelsea is a big name player.

They are also great people. I am loving it here. I love the club, I love the city. It would be impossible not to love it here.”

Jorginho left Napoli with just the one trophy to his name when he helped the Italians win the Coppa Italia in 2014, but he is now hoping to go on and challenge for everything the English game has to offer.

Here is what we think on the signing of Jorginho.

Simply brilliant.

Jorginho has adapted to life at Chelsea in world class fashion and he is arguably one of the best buys of the summer, so it wild come as some great news to Chelsea fans to see just how much the midfielder is loving life at the club, and London.

And it Sarri can add a few more signings in key areas of the pitch, this Chelsea side are looking like one that could dominate Europe aswell as the English game.


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