According to reports from TMW, the agent of Serie A midfielder Jorginho flies into England, Manchester to be specific for the potential summer transfer talks of Jorginho with the 20-time Premier League champions Manchester United.
However, with the Red Devils set to lose Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini on a free at the end of the season after failing to sign a new deal and also primed to lose Veteran midfielder Michael Carrick who is set to end his trophy laden United career by retiring at the end of the season, it is only fitting for Jose Mourinho to bolster his midfield options with the services of one of Europe’s finest midfielder in Jorge Luiz Frello popularly known as Jorginho.
The Brazilian born Italian midfielder who started his professional career with Verona moved to Italian giants Napoli in the winter of 2014 in a co-ownership deal with Verona on a four-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed
Since joining the Naples in 2014, he has established himself as a regular for the Italian side and has metamorphosed into one of the best midfielders in the Serie A and definitely ticks all the boxes for Manchester United should he move to Old Trafford this summer.
The 26-year-old has been pivotal to Napoli this season as they challenge Serie A leaders Juventus for the title and would represent an upgrade on the likes of Fellaini and Michael Carrick due to his age, work rate, technique, vision, passing accuracy and his ability to break down opposition play.
He is often deployed as a box-to-box midfielder but can also play in a defensive midfielder role due to his ball winning abilities. Although, he has showed overtime that his favored position is when been utilized as a deep-lying play-maker, a role which accords him more time on the ball and allows him to dictate the tempo of the game better.
Given United’s over reliance on Paul Pogba for creativity, Jorginho’s potential addition could be the missing piece left to complete the Red Devils jigsaw in the middle of the park and could form the base in the hunt for trophies next term.