JORGINHO has made a transfer commitment to Barcelona, according to reports.
And it is said the midfielder will refuse everything until he hears the offer from the Nou Camp.
Jorginho is set to become a free agent in the summer when his Chelsea contract expires.
According to Sport in Spain, he is determined to hold back on making any decisions so he can assess the possibility of heading to Barca.
However, he wants his future all sorted by January – but will have a month off in three weeks due to Italy's failure to qualify for the World Cup.
Despite the Spanish giant's financial chaos – the club are in £1billion of doubt – and spending £150million in the summer, Barcelona are still hopeful of adding new additions in 2023.
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Director of football Mateu Alemany has identified out-of-contract players as the ideal signings to bring them in on a cut-price deal.
And 30-year-old Jorginho fits the bill.
It is reported the Italian international's agent Joao Santos has already met with Barcelona to discuss a possible deal.
However, signing Jorginho depends on a variety of factors – namely the futures of midfielders Frenkie de Jong and Sergio Busquets and whether or not Barca go back in for Bernardo Silva.
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There is also interest in Jorginho from Juventus – four-and-a-half years after the central midfielder left Serie A side Napoli to join Chelsea for £57.4m.
In his four seasons at Stamford Bridge, he has racked up more than 200 appearances and won the Champions League, Europa League, Super Cup and Club World Cup – as well as the Euros with Italy.
Jorginho could still stay at Chelsea, though, if the Blues make a new offer.
He has already allegedly rejected one contract as he wants improved £150,000-a-week wages.
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