Midfielder Jorginho open up and responds to reports that he will be leaving Chelsea

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Chelsea midfielder Jorginho has played down speculation he is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

Despite being an invaluable member of the side before the coronavirus stopped football from being played, There has been big transfer speculation in the media that Jorginho could leave the club when the transfer window opens up.

He has barely featured for Chelsea since the re-start of football and was only a substitute in the 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace during the midweek game, which led< Gary Neville to claim that Frank Lampard has already decided to sell the midfielder.

But Asked about the speculation, Jorginho has tried to play down all the rumours that he could be leaving the club in the transfer window and has claimed that he is only focusing on finishing the season with the Blues.

He told Chelsea’s official website: ‘I just have to stay focused on when the teams need me.

‘There have been rumours but I haven’t heard anything. ‘I am just focusing on finishing the season well with Chelsea and qualifying for the Champions League.’

He continued: ‘Overall it was a good performance. ‘We created opportunities, and we just need to be more effective when we have chances up front. We like to suffer.

‘We need to learn to finish the game before the last minute, to be more clinical to avoid that tension at the end, but we are creating opportunities which is a positive.’

Lampard knows what he is doing and is probably planning for the future, so if Jorginho is not part of his plans, then that is why he is not featuring at this point for the club.

But we are big fans and would be sad if he left the club, so lets hope that he stays yeah?

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