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Maurizio Sarri ensured Chelsea Signed Jorginho from Napoli during the summer, as the Blues paid £75m for the Italian playmaker to bring him to Stamford Bridge.

Jorginho’s time at Chelsea has been far from fulfilling, as Chelsea fans are yet to appreciate the impact of summer signing.

Despite being utilised as the playmaker of the team, Jorginho is yet to register a single assist this season, and Chelsea fans are disgusted at the manner that he has won the trust of the manager, who sees him as a very important part of his system, choosing to play him deep in midfield, and thus playing N’Golo Kante out of his natural defensive midfield position.

The former Napoli man has now revealed to Chelsea fans that he is under strict tactical instructions from Maurizio Sarri to stay in position.

Ahead of the game against Manchester United at Old Trafford, Jorginho has revealed that he has been told not to push forward from midfield.

“The game in Italy is more tactical, here [in England it] is more physical,” Jorginho told Sky Italia.

“My duty? I need to help the team to overcome the pressing of the opponents. I am not urged to dribble [past] two or three men and score, I need to manage the different dynamics of the game.”

The game against Manchester United is very important in the top four race, with United struggling in recent games, having lost their last two games and seven of their last nine.

Jorginho has now urged the players to go all out and get a win in the game at Old Trafford.

“We need to create as many goalscoring chances as possible,” the Italy International said.

“That’s the only way we can score. We’ll need our strikers for the next three finals that we are due to play.

“It’s going to be a tough game at the Old Trafford, but we will be ready, we need a win to end up fourth [in the table].”

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