Jorginho’s agent has once again hinted that the midfielder could move back to Italy in the summer.
The playmaker has won Blues fans round after some solid performances under Frank Lampard.
He had initially been signed by former boss Maurizio Sarri and struggled to enamour himself to the Stamford Bridge faithful.
His tenure is west London could now be coming to an end, though.
Jorginho’s representative, Joao Santos, did little to quash speculation linking his client with Juventus.
“Anything can happen inside the transfer market,” he told Tutto Juve .
“The ‘why not?’ means that Jorginho has a three-year contract with Chelsea, the priority is clearly to stay here, but we could also consider leaving the club in July.
“And if this hypothesis occurs, we would be ready to evaluate the different proposals that will come from Italy, France, England. Why should Juventus not be possible?
“It is the most important team in Italy, the one that has won the most in recent years. We would not say no to the Bianconeri.”
Sarri is now in the Juve hot seat at the Old Lady having parted company with Chelsea in the summer.
His side are top the pile in Serie A, but the former banker was fuming after they lost 2-1 to Hellas Verona on Saturday.
“Evidently we have different performances and results when comparing home form to away," he said.
"It was a difficult game, we knew it would be and that Verona would make us suffer early on.
“We held out well, hit the woodwork twice, took the lead, but cannot drop points with such soft errors.
“The first goal was inexplicable, if we want Juventus to win games, we cannot keep making errors caused by a superficial attitude.
“Verona deserve absolute credit, as they were aggressive from start to finish and we knew they would be.
“We were aware that it was important to hold out for the opening 25 minutes, that we’d then have our chances.
“We did all that, but then threw the points away with superficiality and it’s a habit we absolutely need to get rid of.”